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Will Big Content Derail Argentina's New Intermediary Law?

The Federal Congress of Argentina is currently debating a new law on intermediary liability, which would establish a safe harbor of protection for Internet intermediaries (such as ISPs, social media platforms, and search engines) from liability for content uploaded or transmitted by third parties. For the most part, the law...
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Why We Can’t Give You A Recommendation

No single messaging app can perfectly meet everyone’s security and communication needs, so we can’t make a recommendation without considering the details of a particular person’s or group’s situation. Straightforward answers are rarely correct for everyone—and if they’re correct now, they might not be correct in the future. At time...

EFF at LinuxFest Northwest 2018

EFF is proud to be a part of the Open Source community at LinuxFest Northwest this year in Bellingham, WA. LinuxFest Northwest is a free community event for people of all technical skill levels. Stop by our table in the expo hall to talk about digital rights issues, or even...
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EFF at BSides SF 2018

EFF is proud to be a part of BSides SF 2018 at City View at the Metreon in downtown San Francisco April 15 and 16. Check out our Ask the EFF Panel at 4:50 pm on Sunday, April 15. All day Sunday and Monday...
Missing Device: Meme-Making DVR

Catalog of Missing Devices: Meme-Making DVR

The Supreme Court says that copyright requires "escape valves" like fair use to comply with the First Amendment, which guarantees freedom of expression. Fair use -- and its non-US cousin, Fair Dealing -- allows people to make new works from copyrighted materials without permission, especially when it comes to political...

Eyebeam Open Call: Access

Electronic Frontier Alliance member Eyebeam seeks applications that consider how art and technology can challenge dominant notions of access and how together we can shape a more equitable future.

Responsibility Deflected, the CLOUD Act Passes

UPDATE, March 23, 2018: President Donald Trump signed the $1.3 trillion government spending bill—which includes the CLOUD Act—into law Friday morning. “People deserve the right to a better process.” Those are the words of Jim McGovern, representative for Massachusetts and member of the House of Representatives Committee on Rules...

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