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NT4T Panel Discussion: "The University & the Surveillance State"

What role does the University play in facilitating the establishment of the surveillance state? How does funding from military, defense, and corporate actors shape academic research, as well as legitimise state and business practices? How can technology researchers resist powerful actors co-opting their research for surveillance, expanded policing, and military...

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Coded Resistance: Freedom Fighting and Communication

It’s nearing the end of Black History Month, and that history is inherently tied to strife, resistance, and organizing related to government surveillance and oppression. Even though programs like COINTELPRO are more well-known now, the other side of these kinds of stories are the ways the Black community has fought...

EFF at BSidesSF 2021

EFF is proud to be a part of the first-ever virtual BSidesSF, a conference dedicated to advancing the body of Information Security knowledge.This year's BSidesSF is focused on the theme of recharging. In following that spirit, the event will feature highlights from past events and even some new sessions....

The CASE Act: What's Next?

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Mitch Stoltz will speak on a panel hosted by the San Francisco Intellectual Property Law Association (SFIPLA) about the implementation and impact of the Copyright Alternative in Small-Claims Enforcement Act of 2020 (CASE Act). This new legislation means Internet users could face up to...

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