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Interoperability: Fix the Internet, Not the Tech Companies

Everyone in the tech world claims to love interoperability—the technical ability to plug one product or service into another product or service—but interoperability covers a lot of territory, and depending on what's meant by interoperability, it can do a lot, a little, or nothing at all to protect users, innovation...

PETA v. Texas A&M

EFF is representing People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals, challenging on First Amendment grounds the practice of Texas A&M University of automatically and manually blocking PETA and its supporters from posting comments on the university's official Facebook page, a forum that is otherwise open for public comments. In response...

Charla magistral Inspir(acción) at Colectiva

Join EFF's Grassroots Advocacy Organizer nash at Colectiva, where young people from throughout Latin America will come together to organize against those who seek to weaken the fight for human rights and the protection of the environment. Through regional collaboration, we will continue to fight for the defense of...

The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Signals It Will investigate NSA Surveillance, Facial Recognition, and Terror Watchlists

After a long dormant stretch, the Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board (PCLOB) has signaled it’s ready to tackle another big review of government surveillance and overreach. The PCLOB, an independent agency in the executive branch, last published a 2014 report on warrantless surveillance of the Internet by the...

EFF at DWeb Camp

EFF will have multiple staff at the Decentralized Web Camp, giving talks, and offering advice to the new generation of distributed tool creators, and the services and communities that are growing around them.

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