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RCEP Discussions on Ecommerce: Gathering Steam in Hyderabad

Sixteen countries from Asia-Pacific are meeting in Hyderabad for the 19th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) which takes place in I...   [ continue reading...]

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Global Condemnation for Turkey's Detention of Innocent Digital Security Trainers

The detention of a group of human rights defenders in Turkey for daring to learn about digital security and encryption continued last week with a brief appearan...   [ continue reading...]

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EFF Asks Court to Strike Down Unconstitutional Restraint on Our Speech

EFF has asked a federal court to rule in its favor in a lawsuit we filed against an Australian company that sought to use foreign law to censor us from expressi...   [ continue reading...]

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Tell Congress: We Want Trade Transparency Reform Now!

The failed Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) was a lesson in what happens when trade agreements are negotiated in secret. Powerful corporations can lobby for dang...   [ continue reading...]

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Do Last Week's European Copyright Votes Show Publishers Have Captured European Politics?

Three European Parliament Committees met during the week of July 10, to give their input on the European Commission's proposal for a new Directive on copyright...   [ continue reading...]

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Why the Ninth Circuit Got It Wrong on National Security Letters and How We’ll Keep Fighting

In a disappointing opinion issued on Monday, the Ninth Circuit upheld the national security letter (NSL) statute against a First Amendment challenge brought by...   [ continue reading...]

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Librarians Call on W3C to Rethink its Support for DRM

The International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions (IFLA) has called on the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) to reconsider its decision to inc...   [ continue reading...]

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Microsoft Bing Reverses Sex-Related Censorship in the Middle East

Imagine trying to do online research on breast cancer, or William S. Burroughs’ famous novel Naked Lunch, only to find that your search results keep comin...   [ continue reading...]

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CBP Responds to Sen. Wyden: Border Agents May Not Search Travelers’ Cloud Content

Border agents may not use travelers’ laptops, phones, and other digital devices to access and search cloud content, according to a new document by U.S. Cu...   [ continue reading...]

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EFF to FCC: Tossing Net Neutrality Protections Will Set ISPs Free to Throttle, Block, and Censor the Internet for Users

FCC Plan to Scuttle Open Internet Rule 'Disastrous' For the Future of the Internet, Experts SayWashington, D.C.—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) u...   [ continue reading...]

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With Release of NAFTA Negotiating Objectives, Our New Infographic Makes Sense of It All

The United States Trade Representative (USTR) has just released its trade negotiating objectives [PDF] for a revision of NAFTA, the North American Free Tra...   [ continue reading...]

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EFF to Minnesota Supreme Court: Sheriff Must Release Emails Documenting Biometric Technology Use

A Minnesota sheriff’s office must release emails showing how it uses biometric technology so that the community can understand how invasive it is, EFF arg...   [ continue reading...]

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Network Engineers Speak Out for Net Neutrality

Today, a group of over 190 Internet engineers, pioneers, and technologists filed comments with the Federal Communications Commission explaining that the FCC&rsq...   [ continue reading...]

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Payment Processors Are Profiling Heavy Metal Fans as Terrorists

If you happen to be a fan of the heavy metal band Isis (an unfortunate name, to be sure), you may have trouble ordering its merchandise online. Last year, Paypa...   [ continue reading...]

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Australian PM Calls for End-to-End Encryption Ban, Says the Laws of Mathematics Don't Apply Down Under

"The laws of mathematics are very commendable but the only law that applies in Australia is the law of Australia", said Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbu...   [ continue reading...]

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Heads Up, California: Your Internet Privacy Depends on AB 375

Broadband privacy? Say what? That was probably what you were asking yourself in March when you read about Congress’s vote to repeal privacy rules for your...   [ continue reading...]

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Net Neutrality Won't Save Us if DRM is Baked Into the Web

Yesterday's record-smashing Net Neutrality day of action showed that the Internet's users care about an open playing field and don't want a handful of companies...   [ continue reading...]

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Industry Efforts to Censor Pro-Terrorism Online Content Pose Risks to Free Speech

In recent months, social media platforms—under pressure from a number of governments—have adopted new policies and practices to remove content that...   [ continue reading...]

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Notice to the W3C of EFF's appeal of the Director's decision on EME

Dear Tim, Jeff, and W3C colleagues, On behalf of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, I would like to formally submit our request for an appeal of the Director's...   [ continue reading...]

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Opponents Hope to Mislead California’s Legislators Before They Vote on Broadband Privacy Next Week

The large broadband providers and their associations who spent millions in DC to repeal broadband privacy just a few months ago in Congress are fighting to prot...   [ continue reading...]

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