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Don’t Write Copyright Law in Secret

The United States is the world’s chief exporter of copyright law. With recent news that President Trump is expected to sign the US Mexico-Canada (USMCA) trade agreement next week, we’re one step closer to Canada being forced to align with the US copyright duration to life of the author plus...
Portrait of Glenn Greenwald against a dark background. Photo by David dos Dantos CC-BY

Quando Crimes Cibernéticos São Usados Para Silenciar Jornalistas: Por que a EFF Se Opõe às Acusações Contra Glenn Greenwald

Nesta semana, procuradores no Brasil apresentaram denúncia contra Glenn Greenwald, um jornalista consagrado internacionalmente, mais conhecido por publicar documentos vazados detalhando a espionagem em massa feita pela Agência de Segurança Nacional dos EUA (NSA). A acusação contra Greenwald é uma tentativa de usar legislação de crimes cibernéticos para silenciar...
Artist Addie Wagenknecht

Speaking Freely: An Interview with Addie Wagenknecht

Addie Wagenknecht is an artist and researcher based between the U.S. and Europe. We met a few years back when she invited me to be part of Deep Lab, a “collaborative group of cyberfeminist researchers, artists, writers, engineers, and cultural producers” that she co-founded in 2014. We’ve shared the stage...

Hearing Wednesday: EFF Urges Court To Rule That Blogger’s Opinion of Open Source Licensing Agreement is Protected by the First Amendment

San Francisco, California—On Wednesday, January 22, at 9 am, EFF Staff Attorney Jamie Williams will tell a federal appeals court that a lower court correctly dismissed a defamation lawsuit against a blogger, finding that his criticisms of a company’s business practices were opinions about an unsettled legal issue protected by...


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