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EFF, Human Rights Watch y más de 70 grupos de la sociedad civil solicitan a Mark Zuckerberg que proporcione a todos los usuarios y usuarias un mecanismo para apelar ante la censura de contenidos en Facebook
Federal Researchers Complete Second Round of Problematic Tattoo Recognition Experiments
EFF, Human Rights Watch, and Over 70 Civil Society Groups Ask Mark Zuckerberg to Provide All Users with Mechanism to Appeal Content Censorship on Facebook
EFF to U.S. Department of Commerce: Protect Consumer Data Privacy
EFF's Newest Annual Report
Principles for Corporate Platforms in the Gig Economy
If A Pre-Trial Risk Assessment Tool Does Not Satisfy These Criteria, It Needs to Stay Out of the Courtroom
The Unresolved Issue of Verizon Throttling Santa Clara’s Fire Department Shows Why ISPs Need Rules
What to Do When Voting Machines Fail
EFF Unveils Virtual Reality Tool To Help People Spot Surveillance Devices in Their Communities
Join Us For the Sixth Annual Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
Snowden Files Declaration in NSA Spying Case Confirming Authenticity of Draft Inspector General Report Discussing Unprecedented Surveillance of Americans, Which He Helped Expose
EFF Asks California Supreme Court to Hear Case on Anonymization and the Ability to Access Data Under the California Public Records Act
SOPA.au: Australia is the Testbed for the World's Most Extreme Copyright Blocks
Google Chrome’s Users Take a Back Seat to Its Bottom Line
Surveillance Targets Deserve Answers About Mysterious Wiretaps
Stupid Patent of the Month: How 34 Patents Worth $1 Led to Hundreds of Lawsuits
The EU's Link Tax Will Kill Open Access and Creative Commons News
New Exemptions to DMCA Section 1201 Are Welcome, But Don’t Go Far Enough
EFF Wins DMCA Exemption Petitions for Tinkering With Echos and Repairing Appliances, But New Circumvention Rules Still Too Narrow To Benefit Most Technology Users
“Information Fiduciaries” Must Protect Your Data Privacy
Corporate Speech Police Are Not the Answer to Online Hate
DMCA Mystery: Did Epic Games Send a Takedown to Itself?
Blunt Policies and Secretive Enforcement Mechanisms: LGBTQ+ and Sexual Health on the Corporate Web
EFF's Letter to the EU's Copyright Directive Negotiators
EFF Sues San Bernardino County Sheriff’s Department to Obtain Records About Use of Privacy Invasive Cell-Site Simulators
Italy Steps Up To Defend EU Internet Users Against Copyright Filters – Who Will Be Next?
Appeals Court Tells Georgia: State Code Can’t be Copyrighted
EFF Urges Supreme Court to Support Fair Use in TVEyes Case
The Heavy Focus on 5G Wireless Means We Are Ignoring 68 Million Americans Facing High-Speed Cable Monopolies
It's Repair Day: No One Should Be Punished for "Contempt of Business Model"
We’re Telling a Court (Again) That President Trump and Other Government Officials Can’t Block People on Twitter For Disagreeing With Them
Federal Circuit Overturns Fee Award In Crowdsourcing Patent Case
Open Access Is the Law in California
From Canada to Argentina, Security Researchers Have Rights—Our New Report
What To Do If Your Account Was Caught in the Facebook Breach
Lawsuit Seeking to Unmask Contributors to ‘Shitty Media Men’ List Would Violate Anonymous Speakers’ First Amendment Rights
Federal Circuit (Finally) Makes Briefs Immediately Available to the Public
Ten Legislative Victories You Helped Us Win in California
New Witness Panel Tells Congress How to Protect Consumer Data Privacy
The Google+ Bug Is More About The Cover-Up Than The Crime
When Police Misuse Their Power to Control News Coverage, They Shouldn’t Be Allowed To Use Probable Cause As a Shield Against Claims of First Amendment Violations
EU Internet Censorship Will Censor the Whole World's Internet
Chicago Should Reject a Proposal for Private-Sector Face Surveillance
What's Next For Europe's Internet Censorship Plan?
Victory! Dangerous Elements Removed From California’s Bot-Labeling Bill
New North American Trade Deal Has Bad News for Canadian Copyright
EFF To Texas AG: Epson Tricked Its Customers With a Dangerous Fake Update
Privacy Badger Now Fights More Sneaky Google Tracking
There are Many Problems With Mobile Privacy but the Presidential Alert Isn’t One of Them