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Jewel v. NSA: Americans (Still) Deserve Their Day in Court

With little explanation, the Ninth Circuit today affirmed the district court’s decision dismissing our landmark challenge to the US government’s mass communications surveillance, Jewel v. NSA. Needless to say, we are extremely disappointed. Today’s decision renders government mass surveillance programs essentially unreviewable by U.S. courts, since no individual will be...
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Speak Out Against Apple’s Mass Surveillance Plans

Mass surveillance is not an acceptable crime-fighting strategy, no matter how well-intentioned the spying. If you’re upset about Apple’s recent announcement that the next version of iOS will install surveillance software in every iPhone, we need you to speak out about it.

Si vous le construisez, ils viendront : la porte dérobée d’Apple ouvre sur un monde où la surveillance et la censure sont accrues

Le nouveau programme d’Apple qui analyse les images envoyées sur iMessage est un recul par rapport au soutien antérieur de l’entreprise envers la confidentialité et la sécurité des messages chiffrés. Le programme, initialement limité aux États-Unis, réduit ce que l’on comprend par chiffrement de bout en bout...

O (No!) Canada: Fast-Moving Proposal Creates Filtering, Blocking and Reporting Rules—and Speech Police to Enforce Them

Policymakers around the world are contemplating a wide variety of proposals to address “harmful” online expression. Many of these proposals are dangerously misguided and will inevitably result in the censorship of all kinds of lawful and valuable expression. And one of the most dangerous proposals may be adopted in Canada....

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