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Things to Know Before Your Neighborhood Installs an Automated License Plate Reader

Every week EFF receives emails from members of homeowner’s associations wondering if their Homeowner’s Association (HOA) or Neighborhood Association is making a smart choice by installing automated license plate readers (ALPRs). Local groups often turn to license plate readers thinking that they will protect their community from crime. But the...

EFF to EU Commission on Article 17: Prioritize Users’ Rights, Let Go of Filters

During the Article 17 (formerly #Article13) discussions about the availability of copyright-protected works online, we fought hand-in-hand with European civil society to avoid all communications being subjected to interception and arbitrary censorship by automated upload filters. However, by turning tech companies and online services operators into copyright police, the final...

¿Quién defiende tus datos?

El último informe español "Quién defiende sus datos" muestra que las políticas de privacidad son sólidas, pero que hay que llenar lagunas cruciales.

El segundo informe de la Fundación ETICAS ¿Quien Defiende Tus Datos? (¿Quién defiende tus datos?) sobre las prácticas de privacidad de datos en España muestra cómo los principales proveedores de Internet y de aplicaciones móviles de España están avanzando en la clarificación de cómo se están protegiendo...

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Pass the Payment Choice Act

A growing number of retail businesses are refusing to let their customers pay in cash. This is bad for privacy. Higher-tech payment methods, like credit cards and online payment systems, often create an indelible record of what we bought, and at what time and place. How can you...

EFF Pilots an Audio Version of EFFector

Today, we are launching an audio version of our monthly-ish newsletter EFFector to give you a new way to learn about the latest in online freedom, and offer greater accessibility to anyone who is visually impaired or would just like to listen!Listen Now!Surveillance Shouldn’t Be a Prerequisite for an...

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