A call to action combined with a really great explanation of the current state of email privacy law. They're right BTW. Though, of course, there is not a single policy issue in which I've had a serious disagreement with the EFF, though I have had occasional disagreements with their methods.
The Senate Judiciary Committee is engaged in high-stakes negotiations over our privacy rights this week. But compromising on our digital privacy—or horse-trading some privacy rights to gain others—isn’t right for users.
ECPA and the Mire of DC Politics: We Shouldn’t Have to Trade Video Privacy to Get Common-Sense Protections of our Email | Electronic Frontier Foundation
On Thursday, the Senate Judiciary Committee is marking up a bill that would amend the Video Privacy Protection Act (VPPA) in ways we think are unnecessary and potentially bad for users, giving compani...
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