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Remembering Hiroshima: An Evening of Hope and Activism

Big Tech companies have the resources and the platform to make a real difference in the world. At this event, we will encourage them to act with Ethics. Join us as we learn from Hiroshima's example and work towards a more peaceful future.
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RIAA v. Verizon Case Archive

Case history:The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), using a controversial subpoena provision introduced by the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), demanded that Verizon Internet Services reveal the identity of a Verizon subscriber who allegedly used KaZaA peer-to-peer software to share music online. Verizon refused to divulge the subscriber's...

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✨ Happy Birthday to EFF!

We’re celebrating 32 years of fighting for technology users around the world. EFF has always seen both the beauty and destructive potential of the internet, and we’ve always put our marker down on the side of justice, freedom, and innovation.
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Una coalición de San Francisco lucha contra la propuesta de la policía de San Francisco de cooptar las cámaras de vigilancia privadas

Una gran coalición de organizaciones comunitarias y de derechos civiles ha enviado una carta en la que se insta a la Junta de Supervisores de San Francisco a que se oponga o modifique significativamente una propuesta del Departamento de Policía de San Francisco (SFPD) que aumentaría drásticamente sus poderes...

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For the Love of the Wild Web 🖤

Beneath tech’s shiny veneer, there are engineers, coders, and skilled advocates like EFF fighting for the users. Member support allows EFF to continue bringing nuanced technical, legal, and policy expertise to generation-defining questions that don't have easy answers.

Tech Policy in the Shadow of Dobbs

​The recent Supreme Court decision in Dobbs v. Jackson Women's Health Organization, which overruled a half century of precedent supporting a constitutional right to abortion access, has sent shockwaves across the legal community. In the tech space, the ruling raises difficult privacy and security questions related to how the digital...

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