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The Vallejo Police Department should put the cell-site simulator back on the shelf until there is a full public debate over the policy for cell-phone surveillance.
After a letter from Congress and multiple statements from Verily and Google, users still do not have enough information about how using this service will affect their medical privacy. So, we have a few questions of our own.
EFF believes TV viewers should be able to access free local broadcasts on their devices—especially now, amid the COIVD-19 pandemic. That's why we're defending Locast, a free, local TV streaming service facing bogus copyright claims by giant broadcasters.
If passed, this bill could fulfill a long-standing dream of U.S. law enforcement: the end of private, encrypted messaging on the Internet.
We've received documents that confirm: - Best Buy gave the FBI a tour of their repair facility - The FBI paid Geek Squad employees as informants - FBI agents have a process for investigating & prosecuting people who sent their devices to the Geek Squad
If US border agents asked you to provide social media information or access to your digital devices or cloud content, contact inf @eff .org
The Internet lost a hero today. EFF is mourning the loss of our visionary co-founder, John Perry Barlow.