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EFF Exposing The Back-Room Deals That Allow Corporations And Governments To Control The Web

The EFF is publishing a series looking at the multitude of ways gatekeepers and governments can make content disappear from the web -- using everything from legislation they helped craft to applying pressure to multiple points between the content they want removed and the person who put it there. But not every tool used to remove content comes in a form that can be contested by the general public.
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