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1 Hundreds of New Yorkers Demand a Ban on NYPD Face Surveillance
2 Orwell's New York: Teach-In on the POST Act and Fighting the Surveillance State
3 The Winds Are Shifting on NYPD Transparency
4 Groups Urge NYPD Inspector General to Audit the NYPD “Gang Database.”
5 San Francisco Police Accessed Business District Camera Network to Spy on Protestors
6 Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional
7 EFF and Other Groups to PCLOB: Urge the Ban of Face Recognition
8 Civil Rights Groups Tell Congress To Halt Funds For Protest Surveillance
9 Amazon Ring Must End Its Dangerous Partnerships With Police
10 EFF Testifies Today on Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Before Presidential Commission on Law Enforcement and the Administration of Justice
11 EFF, ACLU & CDT Argue Five Months of Warrantless Covert 24/7 Video Surveillance Violates Fourth Amendment
12 Behind the One-Way Mirror: A Deep Dive Into the Technology of Corporate Surveillance
13 A new law seeks to expose the NYPD's secret surveillance technology
14 Beyond COVID‐19: Five commentaries on reimagining governance for future crises and resilience
15 West Coast Jurisdictions Advance Community Oversight of Police Surveillance
16 Yes, Section 215 Expired. Now What?
17 EFF, ACLU File Lawsuit to Stop Los Angeles From Collecting Real-Time Tracking Data on Citizens' Rental Scooters
18 Lifting the Cloak of Secrecy From NYPD Surveillance Technology
19 Ring Updates Device Security and Privacy—But Ignores Larger Concerns
20 The Foilies 2020
21 Smart Home Tech, Police, and Your Privacy: Year in Review 2019
22 Out on a Limb: Google Maps, Google Earth can help genealogists
23 Tattoo Recognition Score Card: How Institutions Handled Unethical Biometric Surveillance Dataset
24 What to Know Before You Buy or Install Your Amazon Ring Camera
25 Ann McFeatters: What to expect from a Trump-packed Supreme Court
26 Sign On: Broad Coalition Opposes PATRIOT Act Extension Absent Major Reforms
27 Free Expression and the Coronavirus Pandemic
28 Oakland Should Ensure Community Control of Surveillance Technology
29 Lawmakers Introduce Bill to Ban Federal Use of Facial Recognition Tech
30 Their view: Let’s talk about compassionate reform
31 Cambridge, MA Joins Growing Ranks of Cities Requiring Civilian Control of Police Surveillance Tech
32 Cato Institute Surveillance Conference
33 Doyle McManus: It’s the economy, stupid: Biden frames the choice as between Scranton and Park Avenue
34 Noah Feldman: Barr’s election warnings are death by 1,000 legalisms
35 EFF Supports the Adoption of Berkeley's Surveillance Technology Use and Community Safety Ordinance
36 Form 485APOS GENERAL MUNICIPAL MONEY
37 Doyle McManus: Trump’s ‘law and order’ pitch falls flat
38 Legislative Victories in the States: 2019 Year in Review
39 Their view: Coming soon — ‘righteous prosecution’ of Trumpian misdeeds?
40 Car industry: New rules on cleaner and safer cars start to apply across Europe
41 The Privacy and Civil Liberties Oversight Board Signals It Will investigate NSA Surveillance, Facial Recognition, and Terror Watchlists
42 Amazon's Ring Is a Perfect Storm of Privacy Threats
43 New Orleans Police Watchdog Warns of Dangers of Expanded Surveillance
44 At Home With EFF: COVID-19, Free Speech, and Privacy
45 Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding
46 Five Senators Join the Fight to Learn Just How Bad Ring Really Is
47 Unanimous Support in Berkeley for Community Control of Spy Tech
48 Reverse search warrants turn your phone into a tracking device
49 California Assembly Acquiesces In Secret Police Surveillance
50 ABFE Signs Letter in Opposition to PATRIOT Act Extension
51 EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
52 The Council of Europe Shouldn't Throw Out Our Privacy Rights Just to Speed Up Police Access
53 Virginia Anti-SLAPP Bill is Good for Free Speech But Can Still Be Made Stronger
54 The NSA Continues to Blame Technology for Breaking the Law
55 Illinois Declines to Adopt Proposed Arbitrary Drone Surveillance of Protests
56 Rights Groups Warn Against DHS's Use of Social Media Monitoring of Immigrants
57 Face Off: Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Technology
58 The Intelligence Community Took Months to Respond to a Key Question About Section 215, And It Still Doesn't Have Any “Legal Conclusion”
59 New York Judge Makes the Wrong Call on Stingray Secrecy
60 The Technology 202 Network: A survey of top tech leaders in government and industry
61 Grassroots Networks Mobilize From Coast-to-Coast to Promote Digital Rights: 2018 Year in Review
62 The USA Rights Act Protects Us From NSA Spying
63 Oakland Privacy and the Fight for Community Control
64 Unblinking Eyes: The State of Communications Surveillance in Latin America
65 Grassroots Group Confronts Privacy-Invasive WiFi Kiosks in New York
66 The Year in Corporate Speech Controls
67 “Smart Cities,” Surveillance, and New Streetlights in San Jose
68 You Are Now Remotely Controlled
69 Knowing the “Value” of Our Data Won't Fix Our Privacy Problems
70 EFF Demands Information About Secretive Government Tattoo Recognition Technology
71 Naomi Klein: How big tech plans to profit from the pandemic
72 Face Recognition
73 AT&T, Verizon, Other Telco Providers Lag Behind Tech Industry in Protecting Users from Government Overreach, EFF Annual Survey Shows
74 Peru's Unhappy History with Surveillance, and How To Fix It
75 Cell-Site Simulators/IMSI Catchers
76 Google's Plans for Chrome Extensions Won't Really Help Security
77 Biometrics providers and tech companies jostle for position in payments and other burgeoning markets
78 Legislators Face Tech-Heavy Agenda as They Confront the Future: Digital Issues to Watch
79 Community Groups Doubling Down on Defending Digital Rights
80 A High-Tech Coronavirus Dystopia
81 AT&T Requires Police to Hide Hemisphere Phone Spying
82 HART: Homeland Security's Massive New Database Will Include Face Recognition, DNA, and Peoples' “Non-Obvious Relationships”
83 How to Destroy Surveillance Capitalism, a New Book by Cory Doctorow | OneZero
84 LinkNYC Improves Privacy Policy, Yet Problems Remain
85 The New Frontier of E-Carceration: Trading Physical for Virtual Prisons
86 Where Governments Hack Their Own People and People Fight Back: 2018 in Review
87 Congressional Oversight Committee Wants Warrants to Rein in Police Abuse of Cell-Site Simulators
88 Before and After: What We Learned About the Hemisphere Program After Suing the DEA
89 Google Needs To Come Clean About Its Chinese Plans
90 Ringing in the New Year with Resistance: 2016 in Review
91 Five Eyes Unlimited: What A Global Anti-Encryption Regime Could Look Like
92 The FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act Restricts Congress, Not Surveillance
93 Protect the Privacy of Cross-Border Data: Stop the DOJ Bill
94 How Congress's Extension of Section 702 May Expand the NSA's Warrantless Surveillance Authority
95 Does the Government Really Need this Much Power to Deal with an Attack of the Drones?
96 25 Civil Liberties Organizations Call for Open Hearings on Section 702 Surveillance
97 EFF's Game Plan for Ending Global Mass Surveillance
98 Europe and AI: Leading, Lagging Behind, or Carving Its Own Way?
99 Europe's digital sovereignty: From rulemaker to superpower in the age of US-China rivalry
100 When Facial Recognition Is Used to Identify Defendants, They Have a Right to Obtain Information About the Algorithms Used on Them, EFF Tells Court