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How the Federal Government Buys Our Cell Phone Location Data

Over the past few years, data brokers and federal military, intelligence, and law enforcement agencies have formed a vast, secretive partnership to surveil the movements of millions of people. Many of the mobile apps on our cell phones track our movements with great precision and frequency. Data brokers harvest our...

Introducing a pro-encryption agenda in Latin America

Join EFF's Associate Director for Latin American Policy, Veridiana Alimonti, in this session hosted by AC-LAC and e-LAC gathering regional and international experts on the important role of encryption and the relevance to further a public agenda in defense of encryption in Latin America.Moderator: Sebastián Rovira (ECLAC)Introduction: (About...

RightsCon 2022: Nerfing surveillance: advocating for real privacy in extended reality

Katitza Rodriguez, Policy Director for Global Privacy at EFF, speaks on a panel on surveillance and privacy rights in extended reality and virtual world games. As extended reality and virtual world games are becoming more prevalent, we need to critically examine the privacy shortcomings of the industry’s sometimes walled-garden infrastructure....

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