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Na semana passada a Analista Senior de Políticas para a América Latina @veri_alimonti falou no seminário do CGI.br/ sobre impressão digital dos navegadores (browser fingerprinting) e como podemos nos proteger do monitoramento online oculto valor.com.br/empresas/5728953/ source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029518

Congressman @RoKhanna is right. "Californians should contact their state legislators. The Internet belongs to all of us, not big telecom." tronc.com/gdpr/latimes.com/ source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029509

As companies begin to use "behavioral biometrics" to track users, EFF's @lynch_jen tells @NYTimes there's good reason to worry: “It’s a very small leap from using this to detect fraud to using this to learn very private information about you.” nytimes.com/2018/08/13/busines source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029497

RT @EFF: Everything you wanted to know about California’s Consumer Privacy Act but were too afraid to ask (including how to make it better)… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029482

RT @SoftwareJustice: For those interested in volunteering their time as a technologist consultant for defense attorneys challenging govern… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029467

RT @EFF: Florida prisoners have spent $11.3 million on mp3s. Now, the Department of Corrections is switching to a new system for digital fi… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029438

Google backed away from building AI systems for the US military, and some other Silicon Valley firms may follow them. But the DOD has plenty of budget and defense contractors to build neural networks into drones and other weapons.

But should they?

eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/eff- source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029427

The content moderation debate should be about urging companies to apply their rules consistently and provide clear, accessible avenues for meaningful appeal, says EFF's @davidgreene in his @washingtonpost op-ed washingtonpost.com/opinions/be source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029370

Big ISPs aren't using their enormous tax cut windfalls to improve things for their customers.
Instead, they’re leaving rural America to languish—even after being deregulated at the federal level. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/larg source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029340

Concerned about social media companies and free speech? The debate over content moderation is much bigger than Alex Jones & Infowars.

Thread. washingtonpost.com/opinions/be source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029162

RT @EFF: Equipped with expert testimony, verified technical diagrams, and investigative reporting that increasingly bolsters our arguments,… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029154

Year after year, and despite enormous profits, the big ISPs make excuses for not investing in broadband infrastructure, making broadband access a luxury accessible only to those who can pay ever-rising costs. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/08/larg source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029139

Are copyright holders following patent holders to the Eastern District of Texas in search of a friendly forum for infringement lawsuits? newsobserver.com/news/business source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029108

Last week EFF's Camille Ochoa told Bay Area Rapid Transit: Face recognition is an especially menacing surveillance technology, and BART should reject it. twitter.com/EFF/status/1029081 source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029081

RT @pressfreedom: There are over 1.5 million tweets that belong to journalists and media outlets censored in using Twitter’s countr… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029079

RT @Matt_Cagle: License plate reader data is being used to investigate welfare recipients in Sacramento County.

Another repulsive example… source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029060

This is only the latest step in the web’s massive, ongoing shift from non-secure HTTP to the more secure, encrypted HTTPS protocol. eff.org/deeplinks/2018/07/goog source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029057

Egyptian authorities must end their unjust persecution of activists and others like Amal Fathy, who was arrested for making online comments about her experiences being sexually harassed on the streets of Cairo. source: twitter.com/eff/status/1029036

The content moderation debate shouldn't be about Alex Jones.
It should be about demanding that companies apply their rules consistently and provide clear, accessible avenues for meaningful appeal, says EFF's @davidgreene in his @washingtonpost op-ed
washingtonpost.com/opinions/be source: twitter.com/eff/status/1028985