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EFF Joins Coalition Calling On the EU to Introduce Interoperability Rules

Today, EFF sent a joint letter to European Commission Executive Vice President Margrethe Vestager, highlighting the enormous potential of interoperability to help achieve the EU’s goals for Europe’s digital future. EFF joins a strong coalition of organizations representing European civil society organizations, entrepreneurs, and SMEs. We are calling on...
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Van Buren v. United States

A former Georgia police officer who was wrongly convicted under the notoriously vague Computer Fraud and Abuse Act ("CFAA") is asking the Supreme Court to reject a dangerously overbroad interpretation of the law. In Van Buren v. United States, Nathan Van Buren was accused of taking money in exchange for...
The Graham-Blumenthal bill is anti-speech, anti-security, and anti-innovation.

Tell Your Senator: Vote No on the EARN IT Act

This month, Americans are out in the streets, demanding police accountability. But rather than consider reform proposals, a key Senate committee is focused on giving unprecedented powers to law enforcement—including the ability to break into our private messages by creating encryption backdoors. This Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee is scheduled...

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