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¿Quién defiende tus datos?

El informe de IPANDETEC sobre las empresas de telecomunicaciones panameñas muestra mejoras, aunque aún falta más para proteger la privacidad

IPANDETEC, la principal organización de derechos digitales de Panamá, publicó hoy su segundo informe anual "¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos?", en el que se evalúa el grado de protección de los datos de comunicaciones de los usuarios por parte de los proveedores de servicios de telefonía móvil e Internet...

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Antitrust Suit Against Google is a Watershed Moment

The antitrust lawsuit against Google filed by the Department of Justice (DOJ) and eleven state attorneys general has the potential to be the most important competition case against a technology company since the DOJ’s 1998 suit against Microsoft. The complaint is broad, covering Google’s power over search generally, along...


Make a Pledge for EFF Through CFC Today!

The pledge period for the Combined Federal Campaign (CFC) is underway and EFF needs your help! Last year, U.S. government employees raised over $19,000 for EFF through the CFC, helping us fight for privacy, free speech, and security on the Internet so that we can help create a better digital...

Hate not found?! The Deplatforming of the Far Right and its Consequences

How do restrictions in access to social media platforms affect media behavior and the power of mobilization of far-right hate groups? Director for International Freedom of Expression Jillian C. York will join this event led by Germany's Instituts für Demokratie und Zivilgesellschaft. Participants can register free in advance of the...

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EFF Files Amicus Brief Arguing That Law Enforcement Access to Wi-Fi Derived Location Data Violates the Fourth Amendment

With increasing frequency, law enforcement is using unconstitutional digital dragnet searches to attempt to identify unknown suspects in criminal cases. In Commonwealth v. Dunkins, currently pending before the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, EFF and the ACLU are challenging a new type of dragnet: law enforcement’s use of WiFi data...

Defending Fair Use in the Omegaverse

Copyright law is supposed to promote creativity, not stamp out criticism. Too often, copyright owners forget that – especially when they have a convenient takedown tool like the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).EFF is happy to remind them – as we did this month on behalf of Internet creator Lindsay...

Why Getting Paid for Your Data Is a Bad Deal

One bad privacy idea that won’t die is the so-called “data dividend,” which imagines a world where companies have to pay you in order to use your data.Sound too good to be true? It is. Let’s be clear: getting paid for your data—probably no more than a handful of dollars...


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