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California Legislature Sells Out Our Data to ISPs

In the dead of night, the California Legislature shelved legislation that would have protected every Internet user in the state from having their data collected and sold by ISPs without their permission. By failing to pass A.B. 375, the legislature demonstrated that they put the profits of Verizon, AT&T, and...

EFF at the University of Iowa

Who Should Police the Internet? Protecting Online Speech in Times of Crisis EFF's Legal Director Corynne McSherry will lead a discussion on free expression at the University of Iowa's Center for Human Rights on Wednesday, September 27th at 7:30pm.

EFF at NAFTA in Ottawa

EFF is attending several events and meetings during the third round of NAFTA negotiations in Ottawa, Canada which take place between September 23 and 29. We are co-organizing an event on September 22 titled "NAFTA and Your Digital Rights: What's at stake on the trading table?", which will be a...

EFF at World Maker Faire New York 2017

Celebrate innovation with EFF at World Maker Faire New York 2017! We are pleased to participate in the world's most diverse showcase of creativity and innovation in technology, craft, science, fashion, art, food and more. Stop by our booth to say hello and learn the latest about EFF's work defending...

Color of Surveillance Hill Briefing

EFF Activism Director Rainey Reitman will moderate a Hill briefing called Color of Surveillance: Disproportionate Impacts of Foreign Intelligence Surveillance. Please join the Fourth Amendment Advisory Committee, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and some of the experts and advocates at the center of the surveillance reform discussion for a conversation on...

Shrinking Transparency in the NAFTA and RCEP Negotiations

Provisions on digital trade are quietly being squared away in both of the two major trade negotiations currently underway—the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) renegotiation and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) trade talks. But due to the worst-ever standards of transparency in both of these negotiations, we don’t...

California v. Johnson

If a computer DNA matching program gives test results that implicate you in a crime, how do you know that the match is correct and not the result of a software bug? EFF is urging a California appeals court to allow criminal defendants to review and evaluate the source code...

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