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EFF and Partners Urge the Indian Government to Keep End-to-End Encryption Alive

In a letter to the Indian Government, EFF and partner digital rights organizations from around the world called on the Indian Ministry of Electronics and Information Technology to withdraw the so-called traceability requirement under its Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code (2021 IT Rules). The Rules compel private end-to-end...

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Remembering Hiroshima: An Evening of Hope and Activism

Big Tech companies have the resources and the platform to make a real difference in the world. At this event, we will encourage them to act with Ethics. Join us as we learn from Hiroshima's example and work towards a more peaceful future.
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RIAA v. Verizon Case Archive

Case history:The Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), using a controversial subpoena provision introduced by the 1998 Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA), demanded that Verizon Internet Services reveal the identity of a Verizon subscriber who allegedly used KaZaA peer-to-peer software to share music online. Verizon refused to divulge the subscriber's...

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✨ Happy Birthday to EFF!

We’re celebrating 32 years of fighting for technology users around the world. EFF has always seen both the beauty and destructive potential of the internet, and we’ve always put our marker down on the side of justice, freedom, and innovation.

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