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PDX Privacy: Building Community Defenses in Difficult Times

The Electronic Frontier Alliance is made up of more than seventy groups of concerned community members, often including workers in the tech industry who see issues of the industry from the inside. One of the Alliance’s most active members is PDX Privacy, a Portland-based privacy group whose membership advocates for...

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A Universal Gigabit Future Depends on Open Access Fiber

Being a full participant in the world will eventually depend on access to gigabits of broadband capacity. That capacity will depend on fiber optics. Over the years, EFF has researched and advocated for policy changes at the local, state, and federal levels—all towards the goal of delivering universal fiber to...
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Resistir la amenaza del reconocimiento facial

La tecnología de reconocimiento facial es una amenaza especial para la privacidad, la justicia racial, la libre expresión y la seguridad de la información. Nuestros rostros son identificadores únicos, y la mayoría de nosotros los exponemos allá donde vamos. Y, a diferencia de nuestras contraseñas y números de identificación, no...

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¿Qué pasa con la competencia digital internacional?

La defensa de la competencia no ha tenido su mejor momento desde la disolución de la Standard Oil en 1911. Pero este último año, los responsables políticos y gubernamentales de todo el mundo han mirado con lupa los mercados tecnológicos. El lema antimonopolio más reciente es "Acabar con las grandes...

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