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Judge Upends Vallejo’s Use of a Stingray

Cops in Vallejo have put their controversial cell-phone surveillance tool back in the box, after a judge released a tentative ruling (which the judge might or might not later finalize or amend) that they'd acquired it in violation of state law. The case was brought by Oakland Privacy, the EFF...

EFF at the 3rd Annual Conference on Transparency and Informational Freedoms in Peru

Peru’s next presidential and parliamentary elections will be held in 2021, in the context of a health emergency, new rules for electoral advertising, and campaign strategies through the Internet and social networks. Within this context, the Legal Clinic for Informational Freedoms and Transparency of the Universidad del Pacífico Law School...

California's Net Neutrality Law

In 2018, California enacted SB 822, providing protections for net neutrality and banning practices by Internet service providers that would harm Californians’ ability to speak, learn, organize, and compete online. This page collects letters of support for the bill from a wide range of organizations.

California Net Neutrality Cases - American Cable Association, et al v. Xavier Becerra and United States of America v. State of California

In 2017, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) rolled back federal protections for net neutrality. The FCC disavowed its authority to regulate broadband Internet service providers under Title II of the Telecommunications Act, an authority that was necessary to support federal net neutrality regulations. California and other states stepped into this...

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