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?

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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.
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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.

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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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