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Op-Ed: Rights group criticizes revoking services to The Daily Stormer

Electronic Frontier Foundation(EFF) has reacted strongly against the decision by GoDaddy, Google, and Cloudfare to revoke services to the extreme right The Daily Stormer.

EFF: Law enforcement trying to hide use of Stingray surveillance

Law enforcement agencies around the United States are "desperately" trying to keep the public from knowing about their use of secret surveillance towers used to monitor Americans' cell phones, a leading digital rights group claims.

Op-Ed: Activist group urge civilians to fight digital surveillance

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has commissioned two projects on Thursday that will provide information and support to digital privacy advocates all over the globe.

FBI's flawed facial recognition program fully operational

Civil right and privacy advocates are concerned over the FBI's recent announcement that a flawed facial recognition software program is now fully operational.

Opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership explodes on Twitter Special

Activists from around the world will begin attempting to create a twitterstorm in opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) on Twitter tonight. The opposition is coming from activists on both the left and right wing of the political spectrum.

The New York Times endorses secret agreement

In a highly unusual move, the editorial board of The New York Times has endorsed a secret trade treaty among the U.S. and Pacific rim nations that cannot be read by the public or by the NYT editors.

Op-Ed: FBI; Next Generation Identification (NGI) program trotted out

Washington - Eric A. Blair might feel smugly satisfied to learn that his book, Nineteen Eighty-Four, is of literary significance to a whole new generation now that the FBI plans to launch a nationwide $1 billion project designed to identify "people of interest."

Court Order Not Needed to Spy on Americans Overseas

The 2nd U.S. Court of Appeals has ruled that a court order is not needed to wiretap Americans overseas. Fourth Amendment rights and protections cannot always be guaranteed to American spies when they leave this country.

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