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Asian American Liberation Network v. SMUD, et al.

Sacramento’s public-owned utility and police are searching entire zip codes’ worth of people’s private data without any legal authorization or a specific investigation, creating a mass surveillance program that invades the privacy of entire communities.The Sacramento Municipal Utility District’s (SMUD) data sharing with the Sacramento Police Department violates people’s right...

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Portland: Trade agreements and your privacy!

Join us this month when Yimei Shao, PNW Regional Organizer for TJEF, will talk about the IPEF international trade deal and how it could impact consumer data privacy, workplace surveillance, and other issues that intersect with labor and technology.

EFF at All Things Open 2022

EFF is excited to be back, in-person, at All Things Open 2022 for their ten year anniversary! Be sure to stop by and say hi at our member booth, where you can learn more about our latest work defending digital civil liberties or even start or renew an EFF...

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How Ad Tech Became Cop Spy Tech

If a company wants to advertise something to you on the internet, it first has to know who you are and what you like to buy. There are many different approaches to gathering this data, but all generally have one goal in common: they link you with the data generated...

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