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Podcast Episode 107

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The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Patents Aren't Products (Yet)

In EFF’s Catalog of Carceral Surveillance, we explore patents filed by or awarded to prison communication technology companies Securus and Global Tel*Link in the past five years. The dystopian technology the patents describe are exploitative and dehumanizing. And if the companies transformed their patents into real products, the technology would...

Lecciones de la historia: Afganistán y las peligrosas secuelas de la identificación de datos

Cuando Estados Unidos retiró sus tropas de Afganistán tras 20 años de ocupación, los subproductos del prolongado despliegue adquirieron un nuevo significado y representaron un nuevo capítulo de peligro para el pueblo afgano. Durante dos décadas, Estados Unidos encabezó la recopilación de información sobre los afganos, tanto por motivos burocráticos...

EFF and Allies Urge Council of Europe to Add Strong Human Rights Safeguards Before Final Adoption of Flawed Cross Border Surveillance Treaty

EFF, European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), and other civil society organizations have worked closely on recommendations to strengthen human rights protections in a flawed international cross border police surveillance treaty drafted by the Council of Europe (CoE). At a virtual hearing...

Locational Privacy Urban

Las órdenes de geovallado amenazan las libertades civiles y los derechos de libertad de expresión en Kenosha y en todo el país

En los días siguientes al tiroteo policial de Jacob Blake el 23 de agosto de 2020, cientos de manifestantes marcharon por las calles de Kenosha, Wisconsin. Resulta que las fuerzas del orden federales recogieron datos de localización de muchos de esos manifestantes. La Oficina de Alcohol, Tabaco y Armas...

Council of Europe Cybercrime Treaty

EFF to Council of Europe: Cross Border Police Surveillance Treaty Must Have Ironclad Safeguards to Protect Individual Rights and Users’ Data

This is the third post in a series about recommendations EFF, EDRi, CIPPIC, Derechos Digitales, TEDIC, Karisma Foundation, and other civil society organizations have submitted to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE), which is currently reviewing the Protocol, to amend the text before its final approval...

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