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Yahoo helped in unconstitutional US Gov. mass Surveillance of Americans’ Email

By Andrew Crocker and Mark Rumold | (Electronic Frontier Foundation) | – – In a bombshell published today, Reuters is reporting that, in 2015, Yahoo complied with an order it received from…
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In Report on Data Collection Practices, WhatsApp and AT&T Fail the Test

Technology : Bits

In a report about data privacy published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation this week, tech companies like Yahoo, Apple and Adobe earned top marks, while WhatsApp and AT&T came in last.

Obama Administration Facing Congressional Rebellion, Civil Suits over NSA Surveillance

News / International Affairs : Informed Comment

The Electronic Frontier Foundation and the ACLU, among other important civil society organizations, are suing the Federal government over the National Security Agency’s unconstitutional domestic surveillance. The administration is a...

More on the NSA's weird, deceptive, indefensible definition of "targeted surveillance"

Humor : Boing Boing

The Electronic Frontier Foundation's Mark Rumold has detailed analysis of yesterday's story about the bizarre, misleading way that the NSA uses the word "targeted" in discussions of "targeted surveillance." It comes down to this: th...

Just how Illegal has the NSA’s Domestic Spying Been?

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By Andrew Crocker | (Electronic Frontier Foundation) | – We now have the first decision from a court of appeals on the NSA’s mass surveillance program involving bulk collection of telephone records…

New Proof: AT&T and NSA’s Long Surveillance Partnership shredded 4th Amendment

News / International Affairs : Informed Comment

By Mark Rumold | ( Electronic Frontier Foundation) | – – Reports today in the New York Times and ProPublica confirm what EFF’s Jewel v. NSA lawsuit has claimed since 2008—that the…

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