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Adblocking: How About Nah?

For more than a decade, consumer rights groups (including EFF) worked with technologists and companies to try to standardize Do Not Track, a flag that browsers could send to online companies signaling that their users did not want their browsing activity tracked. Despite long hours and backing from the...

Thank Q, Next

In its next release, Android plans to up its privacy game. But the operating system still caters to ad trackers at its users’ expense. The newest release of Android, dubbed “Q,” is currently in late-stage beta testing and slated for a full release this summer. After a year defined...

EFF at Colpin 2019

EFF's Senior Investigative Researcher Dave Maass and EFF's International Rights Director Katitza Rodrigez will be speaking at Colpin, the Latin American Conference on Investigative Journalism in Mexico City to journalists about "Investigative Reporting: The Paper Trail of Digital Surveillance" and "Latin America's surveillance boom: What we know so far" respectively...
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Black Hat Briefings 2019: Hacking for the Greater Good - Empowering Technologists to Strengthen Digital Society

Location: South Seas CDF Track: Community We’re at a critical juncture right now where the benefits from technological advances are increasingly counterbalanced by harmful applications and perilous consequences. Cyberattacks are crippling hospitals and threatening public health, governments are using malware and online propaganda to undermine elections and democracies and widespread...

El nuevo informe chileno ¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? muestra un mayor compromiso de los ISP con la privacidad de los usuarios

Derechos Digitales, la organización líder de derechos digitales de Chile, ha publicado hoy, en colaboración con EFF, su tercer informe anual Who Defends Your Data (¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? ) . El informe evalúa si los principales ISP del país aplican políticas y prácticas de privacidad que ponen...
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Black Hat Briefings 2019: Speak Tech to Power - Working with Congress on Tech Policy

Location: South Pacific HI, Lower Level, North HallTrack: Community Workshops Election Security vulnerabilities, Data Breaches, Encryption Backdoors: Lawmakers have plenty of ideas about where the problems are in technology policy and even more ideas about how to fix them. How will these fixes impact the infosec community, and are they...


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