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NOVA May 29th

Secrets in Your Data with NOVA

NOVA and PBS (not EFF) will host this event. EFF's Hayley Tsukayama will be speaking.Secrets in Your DataWhether you’re on social media or surfing the web, you’re probably sharing more personal data than you realize. That can pose...

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Speaking Freely : Nompilo Simanje

Nompilo Simanje is a lawyer by profession and is the Africa Advocacy and Partnerships Lead at the International Press Institute. She leads the IPI Africa Program which monitors and collects data on press freedom threats and violations across the continent, including threats to journalists’ safety and gendered attacks against journalists...
How to Fix the Internet - Chancey Fleet - Building a Tactile Internet

Podcast Episode: Building a Tactile Internet

Blind and low-vision people have experienced remarkable gains in information literacy because of digital technologies, like being able to access an online library offering more than 1.2 million books that can be translated into text-to-speech or digital Braille. But it can be a lot harder to come by an accessible...

EFF Zine on Surveillance Tech at the Southern Border Shines Light on Ever-Growing Spy Network

SAN FRANCISCO—Sensor towers controlled by AI, drones launched from truck-bed catapults, vehicle-tracking devices disguised as traffic cones—all are part of an arsenal of technologies that comprise the expanding U.S surveillance strategy along the U.S.-Mexico border, revealed in a new EFF zine for advocates, journalists, academics, researchers, humanitarian aid workers, and...

MacKinnon portrait, Speaking Freely

Speaking Freely: Rebecca MacKinnon

Rebecca MacKinnon is Vice President, Global Advocacy at the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit that hosts Wikipedia. Author of Consent of the Networked: The Worldwide Struggle For Internet Freedom (2012), she is co-founder of the citizen media network Global Voices, and founding director of Ranking Digital Rights, a research and advocacy...
A robot poses as The Thinker by Rodin

Congress Should Just Say No to NO FAKES

There is a lot of anxiety around the use of generative artificial intelligence, some of it justified. But it seems like Congress thinks the highest priority is to protect celebrities – living or dead. Never fear, ghosts of the famous and infamous, the U.S Senate is on it. We’ve already...

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