Join us next Wednesday 6/16 at 12pm PT for another installment of EFF At Home: Pride Month Edition. We'll be joined by
@HadiDamien, @xychelsea, @thotscholar, and @IanColdwater eff.org/event/eff-home-pride-e

The California legislature has been handed what might be their easiest job this year, and they are refusing to do it. Speak up today before the legislature decides to give in to big telcos and leaves $7b for public broadband sitting on the table. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/1000

A year after the police murder of George Floyd, we must all redouble our efforts to support Black lives, in the streets and on the internet. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/year

The size, power, and diverse levers of control of some big tech companies mean that there is no single solution that will put right that which they’ve thrown out of balance. But one of the solutions lies in the ACCESS Act. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/acce

Standards for defending user privacy shouldn’t be set by corporate fiat. They should come from democratic law and regulation. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/gdpr

This Monday: Join Electronic Frontier Alliance member Portland’s TA3M for the first part of their month-long Privacy Workshop Series. This week, they’ll be exploring “What the Internet Knows About You.” eff.org/event/privacy-workshop

The anniversary of George Floyd’s murder has inspired us to reflect on the ways in which we have been able to support the critical work of the Black-led movement against police violence. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/year

EFF recently filed objections to the loosening of HIPAA’s health privacy rule. The proposed changes would undermine trust by patients in their healthcare providers and lead to worse health outcomes. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/big-

The California legislature has been handed what might be their easiest job this year, and they are refusing to do it. Speak up today before the legislature decides to give in to big telcos and leaves $7b for public broadband sitting on the table. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/1000

Today too many tech companies are “roach motels” where our data enters but can never leave, or be back under our control. The ACCESS Act creates a solid framework for change. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/acce

RT @NextGen_Policy: ATTENTION , @Rendon63rd & @SenToniAtkins: join the growing list of orgs across the state that support @CAgovernor…

The EU proposes fighting tech monopolism with interop; as we explain in "The , Privacy and Monopoly," The EU privacy law makes interop a safe, powerful means to attain technological self-determination.

eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/gdpr

Friday June 25th 17:00 UTC, join EFF's @evacide and @adamrdodge from EndTab for Nonconsensual Tracking 101: Addressing Personal Trackers and Victim Safety. Register here! us02web.zoom.us/webinar/regist

Dartmouth’s @GeiselMed has ended its unfounded dragnet investigation into student cheating.

But the fight continues against disciplinary technologies, and other tools that grant machines power over ordinary people.
eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/dart

is a powerful tool to fight tech monopolies, but it also poses a danger: what if new competitors fight to see who can invade our privacy best? That's where the General Data Protection Regulation () comes in:

eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/gdpr

Patient trust in health care providers is crucial, which is why EFF objects to HHS’s proposed loosening of privacy protections in HIPAA. eff.org/deeplinks/2021/06/big-

RT @CSAC_Counties: It's time to tip the scales in favor of actual Californians. Let's value people over telecom profits and include @CAgove…

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