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Spot the Surveillance: How EFF Is Using VR to Take on Big Brother

The Electronic Frontier Foundation’s Spot the Surveillance project is a virtual reality (VR) experience that teaches people how to identify the various spying technologies that police may deploy in communities, including body cameras, license plate readers, and drones. EFF’s Laura Schatzkin and Dave Maass will discuss EFF’s work, the concepts...

From Washington to State Capitols: What’s Next for Net Neutrality?

36th Annual Institute on Telecommunications Policy & Regulation Panel Latest status update on federal open Internet rules What is happening in the states in response to Pai FCC eliminating the Wheeler-era broadband reclassification and net neutrality regulation What are some of the key legal challenges pending before the courts Prospects...

Alameda and Contra Costa County Sheriffs Flew Drones Over Protests

The Alameda County Sheriff’s Office had drones at the ready on the scene for many high-profile protests in Berkeley and on the University of California Berkeley campus throughout 2017. Just to the north, the Contra Costa County Sheriff deployed drones over immigrant rights rallies outside the West County Detention Facility...

What Happened to The ‘Golden Age of Free Speech’?

The Internet was supposed to usher in a “Golden Age” of free expression. In this new digital world, public debate would flourish and anyone, anywhere could reach an audience of millions, unburdened by government censorship or traditional media gatekeepers. Some of these heady predictions have come true—but as old barriers...


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