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Open Access Is the Law in California

Governor Jerry Brown recently signed A.B. 2192, a law requiring that all peer-reviewed, scientific research funded by the state of California be made available to the public no later than one year after publication. EFF applauds Governor Brown for signing A.B. 2192 and the legislature for unanimously passing it—particularly Assemblymember...
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Ten Legislative Victories You Helped Us Win in California

Your strong support helped us persuade California’s lawmakers to do the right thing on many important technology bills debated on the chamber floors this year. With your help, EFF won an unprecedented number of victories, supporting good bills and stopping those that would have hurt innovation and digital freedoms. Here’s...

Hack Back Web Series Premiere

Written and directed by Messiah Rhodes, associate producer at VICE, Hack Back chronicles the lives of three people, living with pangs of alienation, loneliness, and the struggle found in a life filled with tenuous low wage employment. The series is designed to demystify digital security in a subliminal and fun...

When Police Misuse Their Power to Control News Coverage, They Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Use Probable Cause As a Shield Against Claims of First Amendment Violations

Journalists face increasingly hostile conditions covering public protests, presidential rallies, corruption, and police brutality in the course of work as watchdogs over government power. A case before the U.S. Supreme Court threatens press freedoms even further by potentially giving the government freer rein to arrest media people in...

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