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EFF, Partners Launch New Edition of Santa Clara Principles, Adding Standards Aimed at Governments and Expanding Appeal Guidelines

San Francisco—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a coalition of civil society organizations and academics today released the second edition of the Santa Clara Principles on Transparency and Accountability In Content Moderation, adding standards directed at government and state actors to beef up due process and expanding guidelines for...

Ciberseguridad para mi familia (UNITEC)

¿Sabes cómo proteger y prevenir a tu familia de los peligros que se encuentran en la web? Conoce más este Jueves 9 a las 18:00 (México) con Andrés Arrieta Director de Ingeniería de Privacidad del Consumidor.

Pay a Hacker, Save a Life

Episode 104 of EFF’s How to Fix the InternetHow do we make the Internet more secure? Part of the solution is incentives, according to Tarah Wheeler, this week’s guest on EFF’s How to Fix the Internet. As a security researcher with deep experience in the hacker community, Tarah talks about...

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InternetLab’s 2021 “Who Defends Your Data Brazil” Report Shows Improvement in Brazilian ISPs Privacy Practices, But Gaps Remain

Brazil’s biggest internet connection providers continue to make strides towards better protection of customer data and greater transparency about their privacy practices, according to InternetLab’s 2021 “Quem Defende Seus Dados?" (“Who defends your data?)" report. Released today, the report is the sixth annual assessment of Brazilian providers’ adherence...

PrivSec Global: Why the Council of Europe’s Police Surveillance Treaty is a Pernicious Influence on Latam Legal Privacy Frameworks

Veridiana Alimonti is speaking at PrivSecGlobal, the largest data protection, privacy, and security event of 2021, about the Second Additional Protocol of the Budapest Convention and its negative influence in Latin American legal privacy frameworks. PrivSec Global brings together leading experts from around the globe, for a 2-day livestream...

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Facebook’s Secret “Dangerous Organizations and Individuals” List Creates Problems for the Company—and Its Users

Along with the trove of "Facebook Papers" recently leaked to press outlets was a document that Facebook has, until now, kept intentionally secret: its list of "Dangerous Organizations and Individuals." This list comprises supposed terrorist groups, hate groups, criminal groups, and individuals associated with each, and is used to filter...


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