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Peru’s Third Who Defends Your Data? Report: Stronger Commitments from ISPs, But Imbalances, and Gaps to Bridge.

Peru’s Third Who Defends Your Data? Report: Stronger Commitments from ISPs, But Imbalances, and Gaps to Bridge.

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItShare ItFor years EFF has been U.S. companies that act as “repression’s little helpers” to be held accountable, and now we’re telling the U.S. Supreme Court. Despite all the ways that technology has been used as a force for good—connecting people around the world, giving voice to the...The European Union has made the first step towards a significant overhaul of its core platform regulation, the . In order to inspire the European Commission, which is currently preparing a proposal for a , the EU Parliament has voted...

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Oct 21
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Latin American Governments Must Commit to Surveillance Transparency

Latin American Governments Must Commit to Surveillance Transparency

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItHigh Tech Spying in Latam, Past and PresentPolicy RecommendationsStates should publish transparency reports of law enforcement demands to access customers’ information.Companies should publish detailed statistical transparency reports regarding all government access to their customers’ data.Companies should publish guidelines for government agencies seeking users’ data.   Secret laws—about government access to data or anything else—are unacceptable. Service providers should notify all their customers, wherever they...

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Oct 16
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A Look-Back and Ahead on Data Protection in Latin America and Spain

A Look-Back and Ahead on Data Protection in Latin America and Spain

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItNew GDPR-Inspired Data Protection LawsDefinition of Personal Data Anonymized data in Brazil, Panama, and Barbados falls outside the scope of the law. There are also variations in how these countries define anonymized data.Panama defines it as data that cannot be re-identified by reasonable means. However, the law doesn't set explicit parameters to guide this assessment. Brazil’s law makes it clear that anonymized data will be considered personal data if the anonymization process is reversed using exclusively the...

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Sep 21
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Brazil's Fake News Bill Would Dismantle Crucial Rights Online and is on a Fast Track to Become Law

Brazil's Fake News Bill Would Dismantle Crucial Rights Online and is on a Fast Track to Become Law

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItShare ItKeeping the internet open, free, and secure requires eternal vigilance and the constant cooperation of freedom defenders all over the web and the world. Over the past eight years, the (OTF) has fostered a global community and provided support—both monetary and in-kind—to more than four hundred...As the EU is gearing up for a major reform of key Internet regulation, we are introducing the principles that will guide our policy work surrounding the Digital Services Act. In this post, we take a closer look at...

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Jun 24
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New Hasty Attempt to Tackle Fake News in Brazil Heavily Strikes Privacy and Free Expression

New Hasty Attempt to Tackle Fake News in Brazil Heavily Strikes Privacy and Free Expression

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItProviders Are Required to Retain the Chain of Forwarded Communications for a YearIt Restricts, And Potentially Criminalizes, Legitimate SpeechIt Compels Applications to Identify All UsersIt Strikes Free Expression Once Again With Blocking PenaltiesShare ItOver the last few months, the EARN IT Act, a bill that would have disastrous consequences for free speech and security online, has gained thousands of critics. and have been joined by , online platforms, ...This is one of a series of blog posts about President...

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Jun 7
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New ¿Where Is My Data? Report: Five Years of Holding ISPs Accountable in Colombia

New ¿Where Is My Data? Report: Five Years of Holding ISPs Accountable in Colombia

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItTelefónica-MovistarClaroTelefónica-MovistarMillicom-TigoClaroTelefónica-MovistarClaroTelefónica-MovistarMillicom-TigoETBDirecTVEMCALIETBAn Outline of the 2019 Edition of ¿Where Is My Data?Telefónica-Movistarpolitical commitmentTelefónica-MovistarClaroETBMillicom-TigoDirecTVEMCALIDirecTV’sMillicom-Tigo Millicom-TigoTelefónica-MovistarClaroprivacyTelefónica-MovistarClaroDirecTV Millicom-TigoDirecTVMovistarClarofreedom of expressionTelefónica-MovistarMillicom-TigoClaroETB Clarodigital securityTelefónica-MovistarShare...

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Mar 13
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Argentinian Companies Still Have a Long Way to Go in Defense of Their Users’ Privacy, Second “Who Defends Your Data” Report Shows

Argentinian Companies Still Have a Long Way to Go in Defense of Their Users’ Privacy, Second “Who Defends Your Data” Report Shows

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItTelefónica-MovistarTelecentroIPLANClaroClaroFibertel (Cablevisión)Arnet (Telecom)GlovoPedidos Ya RappiRappiIPLAN’sEvaluation Criteria for ¿Quién Defiende tus Datos? ArgentinaPrivacy Policy:Transparency:Notification:Judicial Order:Law Enforcement Guidelines:Promotion and Defense of Human Rights:Main findingsTelecentroIPLANClaro Fibertel/TelecomFibertel/TelecomRappiMovistarDirecTVDirecTVMovistarShare ItThe Internet Society’s (ISOC) November announcement that it intended to (PIR, the organization that oversees the...

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Uruguay Steps Too Quickly into the Right to be Forgotten Quagmire

Uruguay Steps Too Quickly into the Right to be Forgotten Quagmire

Email updates on news, actions,and events in your area.DEEPLINKS BLOGShare ItShare ItThis week, prosecutors in Brazil , an internationally lauded journalist best known for publishing leaked documents detailing the NSA’s mass surveillance. Greenwald’s prosecution is an attempt to use computer crime law to silence an investigative reporter who exposed deep-seated government corruption. Sadly, this...We’ve all heard the expression, “What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas.” We might hope that what we do and where we go will only be known to those who were there in person. Yet maintaining such...

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