We're proud to honor these bold thinkers and brave activists at EFF's 2019 Pioneer Award Ceremony: Cyberpunk author William Gibson (@GreatDismal), tech scholar danah boyd (@zephoria), & surveillance-fighting group @OaklandPrivacy

Will you join us? eff.org/press/releases/trailbl

.@apple promises to treat persistent trackers like malicious hackers in its new WebKit Tracking Prevention Policy. That's a big win for user privacy. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/08/appl

RT @eff: Google’s re-opening of their Egyptian office is alarming—especially “when the government is aggressively asking other Internet com…

If a program does not help ensure the safety of Americans, cannot stay within the law, and violates our privacy, then why should Congress reauthorize it?


Western Pennsylvania law enforcement agencies are looking to install face recognition—EFF's @mguariglia told @lancasteronline why that would be bad for their citizens lancasteronline.com/news/local

California @CommissionPOST needs to take a hard look at the materials a surveillance vendor is using to train cops on the use of automated license plate readers.

Today, @ipandetec helps shine a light on Panama’s telecom companies and their privacy practices, the first report in a regional initiative. Learn who defends your data (and your privacy) in ¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? eff.org/deeplinks/2019/08/ipan

The cable industry owes its existence to permissive copyright rules that allowed it to retransmit broadcasts; on the Internet those rules are dead, and Big Cable helped kill them eff.org/deeplinks/2019/08/cycl

RT @FirewallDragons: Today I speak with @aaron_d_mackey from @eff about how our cellular providers have been selling us out - specially, se…

Google’s re-opening of their Egyptian office is alarming—especially “when the government is aggressively asking other Internet companies to provide disproportionate access to their data,” says EFF’s @txitua theintercept.com/2019/08/18/go

California police training materials for automated license plate readers are riddled with errors and often read like a sales pitch. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/08/eff-

San Franciscans who aren't techies, but are concerned about privacy: Join Electronic Frontier Alliance group @noisebridge this Friday for a Surveillance Self-Defense Workshop! twitter.com/noisebridge/status

Organizing friends, neighbors, allies, classmates, or colleagues to defend digital rights in your community? We can help. eff.org/EFA-FAQ

EFF examined the materials used to train California cops on automated license plate readers.

We have some... concerns.


Keeping everyone’s communications safe means making sure we don’t hand over control of our devices to companies, governments, or other third parties. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/07/dont

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