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Help End Section 702 Surveillance

Section 702 of 2008’s FISA Amendment Act, the basis of an enormous surveillance program, is about to lapse. A new bill, the USA Rights Act, would fix it.

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Will Surveillance Finally Sunset?

Controversial surveillance authorizations are scheduled to sunset this year. Now is the time to press for the end of these Constitution-defying practices.

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US Intelligence Stockpiles Cybersecurity Flaws, Leaving Everyone Vulnerable

US intelligence agencies are still hoarding “zero-day” cybersecurity vulnerabilities, making everyone less safe online while creating a market for unethical hackers.

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Now Following You on Twitter: The Police

Social media monitoring tools let local law enforcement scoop up and sift through everyone’s posts, regardless of suspicion.

2016, The Year in Review

A look back at the biggest technology-related stories of 2016.

The Perpetual Line-Up: Interview With Clare Garvie

In October, the Center on Privacy and Technology at Georgetown Law released The Perpetual Line-Up, a comprehensive report about the [...]