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EFF asks judge to rule NSA surveillance of the Internet backbone undermines 4th Amendment:
Shall we talk? : อยากออกไปแตะขอบฟ้าแต่เหมือนว่าโชคชะตาไม่เข้าใจใช่ไหมมึง
Net neutrality isn't just important for Americans, but for the rest of the world too:
One last thing to do before the weekend: comment to the FCC & demand meaningful net neutrality before it's too late.
EFF asks judge to rule NSA Internet "backbone" spying techniques unconstitutional.…
A Colombian student faces 4-8 years in prison for sharing an academic article online. Sharing is not a crime.
What is your representative's voting record on mass surveillance and NSA reform? Find out and take action:
Congress has passed a phone unlocking law! Read our take on the bill from when it made it through the Senate:
If our servers aren't currently on fire, we have @starchy to thank for that. Happy SysAdmin Day to the best in the business.
Free access to Google, Facebook or Twitter on your phone sounds like a good deal—read why it's not:
A perfect summer day is when the sun is shining, the breeze is blowing and mojito in your hand
sunrise : movement
We're at San Diego Comic Con—check out our guide to panels worth seeing:
Gómez enfrenta 8 años de prisión por compartir un artículo. Compartir no es delito.
Diego Gomez faces 8 years in prison for sharing a paper. A US trade deal led to this severe Colombian law:
US House talking copyright penalties; EFF releases whitepaper on how to fix them.
Former FISA court judge speaks out on how to fix the U.S. surveillance court and reform Congress's USA FREEDOM bill
Some things are better left unsaid
The Internet is our future. Today EFF rallied in defense of net neutrality. You can too.
A Colombian graduate student faces up to eight years in prison for sharing an academic article online.
Stop by the EFF booth in the dot org row at #OSCON2014!
It's easy to get lost at #SDCC. Here's where to find panels about free speech, technology and law.
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Creepy fingerprinting trackers found on 5,000+ sites—including the White House, despite its privacy policy.
If you're in the SF Bay Area, join us to rally in the valley and remind Obama: he pledged to protect Net Neutrality