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Category Archives: Electronic Frontier Foundation

If You Care About Privacy, You Should Change Your Twitter Settings Right Now

Authoired by Sarah Cronin via TheAntiMedia.org, Since Wednesday, Twitter has been sending out emails and notifications to its over 300 million monthly users to inform them of changes to their privacy policy. The new policy, which goes into effect on June 18, includes changes to data collection, data sharing, and digital advertising. The policy is […]

California Senator Forced To Pull Bill Banning “Fake News” After Realizing It’s Idiotic

California is known far and wide for it’s wacky regulations.  In fact, just last fall we wrote about SB 1383, a very significant piece of legislation signed into law by Jerry Brown which requires a 40% reduction in methane gas emissions from cow flatulence by 2030 (no, really…you can take a look here: “Here Are […]

Facial Recognition Tech Could Ensnare Millions Of Innocent Americans For Crimes They Didn’t Commit

Authored by Daniel Lang via SHTFplan.com, It’s often the case that new technologies arrive on the scene faster than our society and its legal code can keep up. Sometimes this can be a good thing. For instance, 3D printing allows people to print out unregulated gun parts, thus allowing gun owners to circumvent the onerous […]

US Government: All your cloud data are belong to us

neowin.net / by Tyler Holman / 11-2-12 The folks at the Electronic Frontier Foundation have been fighting hard to help Megaupload users salvage their precious data since Uncle Sam crashed the party back in January, and even though Kim Dotcom is gearing up his new project, the fight is far from over.  Unfortunately, the last […]