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Argentinian Companies Still Have a Long Way to Go in Defense of Their Users’ Privacy, Second “Who Defends Your Data” Report Shows

Argentinian civil rights group Asociación por los Derechos Civiles (ADC) has just launched its second edition of the ¿Quien Defiende Tus Datos? (Who Defends Your Data?) report, rating nine companies’ commitments to transparency and user privacy. Argentinian companies are off to a good start but still have a long...
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Speaking Freely: Ahmet Alphan Sabancı

Ahmet Alphan Sabancı is a Turkish digital activist who works on free expression, security and privacy. Ahmet began his life as an activist after Turkey first blocked YouTube. When the Internet Governance Forum came to Istanbul in 2014, he co-organized an ungovernance forum alongside it, something he considers one...
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Atlas of Surveillance Sprint

Update: an earlier version of this invitation also included a social gathering at EFF's office in San Francisco. Due to widespread health concerns we have decided to move forward with the online participation portion exclusively. Join EFF and your fellow surveillance transparency advocates for an afternoon of investigative research into...

CPUC Communications En Banc Meeting on Broadband Access

Piloting Service-Based Competition (1:30-2:20 p.m.) Removing barriers to open and competitive markets and promoting fair product and price competition is one of the CPUC’s directives. Deploying last mile broadband infrastructure to customers is a significant barrier to new market entrants, but cities like Fullerton, California have introduced service-based competition, where...

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