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RSA 2019 — Cybersecurity + Public Interest Tech Track

A new field is emerging—a community of people using their skills in technology to change the world for the better—the professional field of public interest technology. Join an inspiring track at RSA on Thursday, March 7, with cybersecurity expert and EFF Board Member Bruce Schneider, EFF’s Executive Director Cindy Cohn...
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Designing Welcome Mats to Invite User Privacy

The way we design user interfaces can have a profound impact on the privacy of a user’s data. It should be easy for users to make choices that protect their data privacy. But all too often, big tech companies instead design their products to manipulate users into surrendering their data...

Hearing Wednesday: EFF Asks Court to Unseal Phone Tap Order That Was Among Hundreds of Questionable Wiretaps Approved By California Court

Riverside, California—On Wednesday, February 13, at 10:00 am, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will ask a state court to unseal a wiretap order issued against individuals with no criminal records to learn why the phones were tapped and whether the warrant authorization process was legitimate.The order was among hundreds of...
Image with house in middle. On left, everything is grey and brown with one thin wire running underground to the house. On left, blue sky, three thick, bright wires run underground to the house

Enough of the 5G Hype

Wireless carriers are working hard to talk up 5G (Fifth Generation) wireless as the future of broadband. But don’t be fooled—they are only trying to focus our attention on 5G to try to distract us from their willful failure to invest in a proven ultrafast option for many Americans: fiber...

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