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Shhh. Did you hear that?

EFF’s summer membership drive for internet freedom has begun! Gather round the virtual campfire because I’ve got special treats and a story from the legendary Bigfoot de la Sasquatch.

EFF Covers Secrets in Your Data on NOVA

It’s the weekend. You decide you want to do something fun with your family—maybe go to a local festival or park. So, you start searching on your favorite social media app to see what other people are doing. Soon after, you get ads on other platforms about the activities you...

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EFF Livestream Series: How to Protest with Privacy in Mind

Do you know what to do if you’re subjected to a search or arrest at a protest? Join EFF for a livestream discussion about how to protect your electronic devices and digital assets before, during, and after a demonstration. Learn how you can avoid confiscation or forced deletion of media,...

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EFF Livestream Series: Reproductive Justice in the Digital Age

This summer marks the two-year anniversary of the Dobbs decision overturning Roe vs Wade. Join EFF for a livestream discussion about restrictions to reproductive healthcare and the choices women must face in the digital age where everything is connected, and surveillance is rampant. Learn what’s happening across the United States...

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EFF Livestream Series: The U.S. Supreme Court Takes on the Internet

In the first segment of EFF's livestream series, we'll dive into the impact of the U.S. Supreme Court's recent hearings on technology and civil liberties. Get an expert's look at the court cases making the biggest waves for tech users with our panel featuring EFF Civil Liberties Director David Greene.EFF...

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Security, Surveillance, and Government Overreach – the United States Set the Path but Canada Shouldn’t Follow It

The Canadian House of Commons is currently considering Bill C-26, which would make sweeping amendments to the country’s Telecommunications Act that would expand its Minister of Industry’s power over telecommunication service providers. It’s designed to accomplish a laudable and challenging goal: ensure that government and industry partners efficiently and...

How to Fix the Internet - Nettice Gaskins - AI on the Artist's Palette

Podcast Episode: AI on the Artist's Palette

Collaging, remixing, sampling—art always has been more than the sum of its parts, a synthesis of elements and ideas that produces something new and thought-provoking. Technology has enabled and advanced this enormously, letting us access and manipulate information and images in ways that would’ve been unimaginable just a few decades...

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