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TechFreedom Joins Lawsuit Demanding Constitutional Protections against NSA Surveillance

July 16, 2013

Today, TechFreedom joined eighteen other civil society groups from across the political spectrum as plaintiffs in a lawsuit against the National Security Agency (NSA) for...


Companies Have First Amendment Right to Publish FISA Surveillance Statistics, Argues Brief

July 9, 2013

Yesterday, TechFreedom joined four leading civil liberties groups in an amicus brief before the secret Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) arguing that companies have a...


CDA Section 230 & Immunity for Online Intermediaries

July 3, 2013

Print Version Under current law, when an Internet user distributes unlawful content on a third-party website, that website is generally immune from liability for the...


COPPA: Past, Present & Future of Children’s Privacy & Media

July 1, 2013

July 8, 2013 – 12:00pm to 2:45pm   You can watch C-SPAN’s live stream of the event on their website or watch the videos on...


Broadcast Censorship is Unconstitutional & Unnecessary, Diverse Coalition Tells FCC

June 18, 2013

A philosophically diverse coalition of technology policy organizations filed FCC comments   (PDF) today urging the agency to stop censoring broadcast content for “indecency.” The...


Coalition Offers Comments on FCC’s Broadcast Indecency Policy

June 18, 2013

Comments of TechFreedom, Center for Democracy & Technology, Public Knowledge, & Electronic Frontier Foundation on Broadcast Indecency Policy GN Docket No. 13-86 Our organizations often differ significantly...