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EFF 56m
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We invite you to read these reports and reflect on which standards to champion, how they can be strengthened, for the future of strong communications privacy protections 6/
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EFF 57m
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Countries in the Americas are missing a key opportunity to strengthen their safeguards on communications privacy with rights and principles common to the global data protection toolkit. 5/
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But Latin America lags on a comprehensive data protection regime that applies not only to corporations but to the processing of personal data by law enforcement as well. 4/
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Since 2018, Brazil, Barbados, and Panama have adopted GDPR-inspired laws in the region. These set a legal basis for safeguards on the processing of personal data, and a right not to be subject to automated decision-making and portability. 3/
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We have seen considerable legislative progress in the region on data protection; granting users’ control over their personal lives in the past ten years. 2/
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We're proud to announce a new version of The State of Communications Privacy Laws in Latam and Spain which we put together with our collaborators! Here we reflect on current legal challenges and ways forward 1/
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EFF 13h
Pay-by-Face Threatens Your Health and Your Privacy
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EFF 14h
As COVID-19 exposure notification technologies roll out, we must not lose sight of their challenges.
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EFF 15h
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The US ban on TikTok appears to be averted. That's the right move. As EFF's told Aljazeera Inside Story, the U.S. should not fight Chinese surveillance by pursuing Chinese-style censorship.
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EFF 15h
Patent trolls still plague the software industry. Join EFF’s tomorrow for a panel discussion about the best ways to defeat them.
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EFF 16h
New 30th anniversary hoodies are finally in stock and shipping out now! Get one in our online shop or when you become a Titanium Level member of EFF
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EFF 19h
On Tuesday 9/22, EFF’s will join lawyers from , , and to discuss software patent trolls and how to defeat them.
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EFF 21h
Universities should strike any app mandates from their existing student commitments, and should pledge to not include them in future student commitments.
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EFF Sep 20
Facebook’s new augmented reality glasses got a lot of attention last week. But what impact could this technology have on privacy, free expression, and safety?
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EFF 23h
Exposure notification apps are still experimental technology, not an excuse for institutions to take risks with our health.
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EFF Sep 18
The proposed ban on and is nonsensical and harmful toward our communities in the US and abroad for a number of reasons. (Thread)
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EFF Sep 21
Predictive policing cannot predict crime, it can only weaponize a person’s proximity to policing. EFF is calling for a ban of police use of predictive policing technology.
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EFF Sep 20
Interested in sharing your digital security knowledge with others, but aren’t sure where to start? Before leading a training in your community, it’s important to figure out if you’re the right person for the job.
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EFF Sep 20
One of the newest members of the Electronic Frontier Alliance, is a community ISP focused on bridging the digital divide by providing Internet access to underserved communities in Baltimore.
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EFF Sep 20
A growing coalition of civil society groups are speaking up about EARN IT. The bill is a threat to free expression and privacy online.
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