Karen Gullo
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IPANDETEC’s Report on Panama’s ISPs Show Improvements But More Work Needed to Protect Users’ Privacy

IPANDETEC’s Report on Panama’s ISPs Show Improvements But More Work Needed to Protect Users’ Privacy

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItClaroDigicelMás MóvilTigo,¿?TigoMás MóvilClaroData ProtectionTransparencyUser NotificationJudicial AuthorizationDefense of Human RightsDigital SecurityLaw Enforcement GuidelinesShare It, Peru’s leading digital rights organization, has launched today its third ¿? (Who Defends you Data)--a report that seeks to hold telecom companies accountable for their users’ privacy. The new Peruvian edition shows improvements compared to . Movistar and Claro commit to require...Imagine walking down the street, looking for a good...

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Veridiana Alimonti
Oct 30
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Spain’s New Who Defends Your Data Report Shows Robust Privacy Policies But Crucial Gaps to Fill

Spain’s New Who Defends Your Data Report Shows Robust Privacy Policies But Crucial Gaps to Fill

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItOrangeVodafoneTelefónicaOrange, Ono-Vodafone, Telefónica-Movistar, MásMóvil, EuskatelSomos ConexiónFotocasa, Idealista, Habitaclia, Pisos.comYaEncontréVibboWallapopAn Overview of Companies' Commitments and ShortcomingsTelefonica-MovistarVodafoneMovistar, Fotocasa, HabitacliaVibboVodafone, MásMóvil, Pisos.com, Idealista, YaencontréWallapopTelefónica-MovistarVodafoneTelefonica-MovistarVodafone’sOrange SpainEuskatelSomos ConexiónEuskatelFotocasa, Idealista, Habitaclia, Pisos.comYaEncontréVibboWallapop Share ItKeeping...

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Karen Gullo
Sep 11
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EFF Welcomes Cybersecurity Expert Tarah Wheeler to Advisory Board

EFF Welcomes Cybersecurity Expert Tarah Wheeler to Advisory Board

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItCybersecurity policy expert. Security researcher. Women in tech advocate. Entrepreneur. expertise and experience encompasses the most pressing issues in tech, and we’re honored to announce that she is joining EFF’s advisory board. She will be helping us with our work on information security, data privacy, building diverse and effective engineering teams, and influencing the future of cybersecurity.Wheeler has long been involved in making tech systems more secure for everyone. She is an International Security Fellow...

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Karen Gullo
Jul 21
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Inside the Invasive, Secretive “Bossware” Tracking Workers

Inside the Invasive, Secretive “Bossware” Tracking Workers

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItTable: Common surveillance features of bossware productsActivity monitoring (apps, websites)Screenshots or screen recordingsKeyloggingWebcam/ microphone activationCan be made "invisible"ActivTrakCleverControlDeskTimeHubstaffInterguardStaffCopTeramindTimeDoctorWork ExaminerWorkPulsShare ItShare It

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Bennett Cyphers
Jun 30
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Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security

Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItWith states beginning to ease shelter-in-place restrictions, the conversation on COVID-19 has turned to questions of when and how we can return to work, take kids to school, or plan air travel.Several and U.S. states, including the UK, Italy, Chile, Germany, and , have expressed interest in so-called “immunity passports”—a system of requiring people to present supposed proof of immunity to COVID-19 in order to access public spaces, work sites, airports, schools, or other venues. In many proposed schemes, this proof...

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Karen Gullo
May 29
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Security Expert Tadayoshi Kohno Joins EFF Advisory Board

Security Expert Tadayoshi Kohno Joins EFF Advisory Board

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItEFF is proud to announce a new addition to our crack advisory board: security expert and scholar Tadayoshi Kohno. A professor at University of Washington’s Paul G. Allen School of Computer Science & Engineering, is a researcher whose work focuses on identifying and fixing security flaws in emerging technologies, the Internet, and the cloud. examines and tests software and networks with the goal of developing solutions to security and privacy risks before those risks become a threat. His research focuses on helping...

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Karen Gullo
May 19
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Victory! ICANN Rejects .ORG Sale to Private Equity Firm Ethos Capital

Victory! ICANN Rejects .ORG Sale to Private Equity Firm Ethos Capital

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItIn a stunning victory for nonprofits and NGOs around the world working in the public interest, ICANN today Ethos Capital’s plan to transform the .ORG domain registry into a heavily indebted for-profit entity. This is an important victory that recognizes the registry’s long legacy as a mission-based, non-for-profit entity protecting the interests of thousands of organizations and the people they serve.We’re glad ICANN listened to the in the nonprofit world urging it not to support the sale of Public Interest...

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Mitch Stoltz
May 1
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Court Orders Hearing in Uniloc’s Patent Case Against Apple to be Conducted by Phone, Citing COVID-19 Risks

Court Orders Hearing in Uniloc’s Patent Case Against Apple to be Conducted by Phone, Citing COVID-19 Risks

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItThe U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, citing public health efforts to mitigate the risks of COVID-19 transmission, that an April hearing in the patent case be conducted by phone rather than in person and denied EFF’s request to allow the public to watch the proceeding by video.EFF the court earlier this week to of the hearing, in which will have to explain for the first time in open court why it should be allowed to seal from public view documents in the case explaining how it operates. Uniloc has sued...

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Karen Gullo
Mar 13
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