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Greenpeace Stands Up Against SLAPPs And Wins 

The U.S. litigation system is meant to resolve serious disputes. Unfortunately, the high cost of litigation can be weaponized as a means of harassment and censorship. That’s become all too common, and the last few decades have seen the rise of what’s known as a Strategic Lawsuit Against Public Participation,...

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Ahora EFF tiene direcciones .onion para Tor

Hoy estamos anunciamos direcciones .onion para eff.org y dos de sus proyectos afiliados: Certbot, una herramienta desarrollada por la EFF para obtener y renovar automáticamente certificados TLS para sitios web, y Surveillance Self-Defense, que proporciona recursos y orientación a particulares y organizaciones para protegerse de la vigilancia y otras amenazas...

Internal Documents Show How Little the FBI Did to Correct Misuse of Section 702 Databases

The Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) has released internal documents used to guide agency personnel on how to search the massive databases of information collected under the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act, including communications collected without a warrant under Section 702. Despite reassurances from the intelligence community about its “...

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Your Messaging Service Should Not Be a DEA Informant

A new U.S. Senate bill would require private messaging services, social media companies, and even cloud providers to report their users to the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) if they find out about certain illegal drug sales. This would lead to inaccurate reports and turn messaging services into government informants.

The DMCA Cannot Protect You From Your Own Words

There is a loud debate raging over what companies should and shouldn’t be doing about the things people say on their platforms. What people often seem to forget is that we already know the dangers of providing a quick way for people to remove criticism of themselves from the internet....

Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 35.5

Keeping up on the latest in digital freedoms can be quite a challenge, but we're here to help catch you up to speed! The latest issue of our EFFector newsletter is out now, and you can learn more about our position on the U.N Cybercrime Treaty, the RESTRICT Act, privacy...

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