"Any order that prohibits someone from discussing anything they've seen or obtained is unconstitutional," says EFF's @aaron_d_mackey of NYPD's attempt to claw back face recognition records it provided to @GeorgetownCPT. freedom.press/news/privacy-res

When companies retain too much data for too long, they put users at risk. It’s time for Slack to fixitalready.eff.org/slack

The bill being worked on by @SenThomTillis and @ChrisCoons will virtually guarantee more bad patents. Tell your representative not to support this misguided effort. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/05/send

Actually doing content moderation well is very, very difficult, and you should be suspicious of any claim to the contrary. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/04/cont

EFF's @Maassive talked to @SDUTIdeas' podcast about San Francisco's face recognition ban and how cities like San Diego should follow suit. sandiegouniontribune.com/opini

Users should never have to give their encryption keys to a third party. It’s time for Microsoft to fixitalready.eff.org/win10

Are you eyeing one of the new VR headsets about to hit the market? EFF's Spot the Surveillance project works across devices and is free to use. eff.org/spot

EFF and a coalition of immigrant rights advocates called on the California Attorney General's office to prohibit ICE from accessing data on the state's law enforcement network to enforce immigration laws. It listened. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/05/cali

A friend list can paint a detailed picture of who you live, hang out, and do business with. It’s time for Venmo to fixitalready.eff.org/venmo

A new Stanford study of social media use by youth in Chicago show that police may be misinterpreting what they perceive as gang activities online. news.stanford.edu/2019/05/01/g

There are tens of thousands of abstract software patents out there, and they get used to threaten programmers and small businesses. The last thing we need is more of them. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/05/send

EFF and other civil society organizations have consistently called on the government to stop targeting journalists for device searches at the border. cdt.org/insight/coalition-lett

DHS admits to spying on journalists at the border, but shockingly claims that those journalists had "some level of participation in the violent incursion events." theintercept.com/2019/05/17/bo

Fresno: This weekend is a great time to learn more about Electronic Frontier Alliance member @RootAccessCA, the very first Hackerspace in the San Joaquin area. twitter.com/RootAccessCA/statu

Electronic Frontier Alliance members like @STOPSpyingNY are fighting for their neighbors' privacy and working diligently to defend their communities from warrantless mass surveillance. twitter.com/STOPSpyingNY/statu

The practice of content moderation is fundamentally broken, and the integration of AI isn't going to fix it. It's time to rethink the system entirely—and we've got ideas. eff.org/deeplinks/2019/04/cont

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