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EFF at Enigma 2018: Security and Privacy Ideas that Matter

EFF is excited to be a part of the third iteration of Enigma, a security conference by USENIX geared towards those working in both industry and research. We'll be in the expo hall, so come say hi and learn more about our current work, and even become a member! Enigma...

EFF at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is pleased to join leading scholars at the 2018 Joint Mathematics Meetings in San Diego, CA. Today's mathematicians are in a unique position to affect privacy, security, and free expression for users everywhere and EFF is proud to support them. See the entire JMM program of...

Groups Line Up For Meaningful NSA Surveillance Reform

Multiple nonprofit organizations and policy think tanks, and one company have recently joined ranks to limit broad NSA surveillance. Though our groups work for many causes— freedom of the press, shared software development, universal access to knowledge, equal justice for all—our voices are responding to the same threat: the possible...

Net Neutrality Discussion

What is net neutrality? Electronic Frontier Foundation Senior Staff Technologist Dr. Jeremy Gillula, Ph.D. will explain the recent FCC vote and its local consequences. This presentation and discussion will take place via interactive video chat, starting at 6:30pm Central Time.

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