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EFF at HOPE 2020

HOPE (Hackers on Planet Earth) returns in 2020 with an all-new online event for its thirteenth iteration this year, hosted by our friends at 2600. The biennial conference is one of the foremost hacker conferences, full of projects, talks, workshops, and more. We'll have multiple talks, to be announced soon...

Our EU Policy Principles: Interoperability

As the EU is gearing up for a major reform of key Internet regulation, we are introducing the principles that will guide our policy work surrounding the Digital Services Act. In this post, we take a closer look at what we mean when we talk about interoperability obligations, and at...
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Almanya'nın Corona-Warn-App Uygulaması: Sık Sorulan Sorular

Translator: Ahmet Alphan Sabancı Bu blog postu dijital güvenliği geliştirmeye ve mahremiyeti temel bir insan hakkı olarak korumaya kendisini adamış olan Berlin merkezli teknoloji şirketi Least Authority ile birlikte kaleme alındı. Bu hafta, Almanya'nın COVID filyasyon uygulaması yayınlandı. Dünyanın her yanındaki devletler COVID-19 pandemisi ile mücadele sürecinde ...
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A Quick and Dirty Guide to Cell Phone Surveillance at Protests

As uprisings over police brutality and institutionalized racism have swept over the country, many people are facing the full might of law enforcement weaponry and surveillance for the first time. Whenever protesters, cell phones, and police are in the same place, protesters should worry about cell phone surveillance. Often, security...
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Spring Members' Speakeasy Online: Part II

EFF's Members-Only Speakeasy was so popular that we're adding one more! Join us on Saturday, June 27th, to meet EFF and members around the world. Discover our latest work defending your freedom online and help us search for surveillance technologies deployed in our communities. You'll learn about EFF's Atlas of...

EFF Asks Virginia Supreme Court to Rein in Indiscriminate Collection and Storage of License Plate Information

Like law enforcement agencies across the country, the police in Fairfax, Virginia, use automated license plate readers (ALPRs) to indiscriminately scan and record every passing car. The ALPRs don’t simply check for speeding, or outstanding tickets—instead, they store detailed information about the time, date, and location of each scan in...


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