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  • Amazon Steps Up Clean Energy Commitment With Two New Solar Farms In Australia
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  • China’s Internet Censors Try a New Trick: Revealing Users’ Locations
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  • Netflix Cuts 150 US-Based Jobs after Losing Subscribers
  • China Bets on RISC-V to Minimise Potential Damage From US Sanctions
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  • Scientists Have Finally Figured Out How Carbon-12 Forms
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  • How Gen Z is Hooked On Cryptocurrency and NFTs
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  • Researcher Uses 379-Year-Old Algorithm to Crack Crypto Keys Found in the Wild
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  • Backdoor in Public Repository Used New Form of Attack to Target Big Firms
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  • The InSight Mars Lander Mission Will End This Year
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  • Hebrew University Discovers New Magnetic Phenomenon
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  • Russian Tanks are Using Chips From Household Appliances Due to Sanctions
  • Study Finds Pharmacists at Higher Risk of Suicide than General Population
  • Micron’s New 3D NAND Flash Could Usher in a Rapid New Generation of SSDs
  • It Will Soon be Easy for Self-Driving Cars to Hide in Plain Sight. We Shouldn't Let Them.
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  • EFF to Supreme Court: Put Texas Social Media Law Back on Hold
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  • EFF, Al Sur Launch Guide to Raise Awareness About Deficiencies in Cross-Border Surveillance Treaty and Strategies to Mitigate Human Rights Risks
  • Geofence Warrants and Reverse Keyword Warrants are So Invasive, Even Big Tech Wants to Ban Them
  • California Law Enforcement Now Needs Approval for Military-Grade Surveillance Equipment. We'll Be Watching.
  • In a Blow to Free Speech, Texas’ Social Media Law Allowed to Proceed Pending Appeal
  • The EU Commission’s New Proposal Would Undermine Encryption And Scan Our Messages
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  • Thomson Reuters to Review Human Rights Impact of its Data Collection for ICE
  • SafeGraph’s Disingenuous Claims About Location Data Mask a Dangerous Industry
  • The Movement to Ban Government Use of Face Recognition
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  • The EU's Copyright Directive Is Still About Filters, But EU’s Top Court Limits Its Use
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  • Tracking Exposed: Demanding That the Gods Explain Themselves
  • The EU Digital Markets Act Places New Obligations on “Gatekeeper” Platforms
  • The EU Digital Markets Act’s Interoperability Rule Addresses An Important Need, But Raises Difficult Security Problems for Encrypted Messaging
  • EFF Statement on the Declaration for the Future of the Internet
  • Canvas and other Online Learning Platforms Aren't Perfect—Just Ask Students
  • Amidst Invasion of Ukraine, Platforms Continue to Erase Critical War Crimes Documentation
  • EFF to European Court: No Intermediary Liability for Social Media Users
  • What Low-Income People Will Lose with a Deadlocked FCC
  • DSA Agreement: No Filternet, But Human Rights Concerns Remain
  • Plaintiffs Press Appeals Court to Rule That FOSTA Violates the First Amendment
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  • Victory! Maryland Legislature Says Police Must Now Be Trained To Recognize Stalkerware
  • Stop Forced Arbitration in Data Privacy Legislation
  • Scraping Public Websites (Still) Isn’t a Crime, Court of Appeals Declares
  • Mobile MitM: Intercepting Your Android App Traffic On the Go
  • California May Require Low-Cost Broadband from Subsidized Networks
  • Let's Encrypt Wins Levchin Prize For Work On Internet Security
  • Civil Liberties Groups Urge Social Media Platforms to Better Protect Free Flow of Information in Crisis Zones
  • EFF and Partners to Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals: Retaliatory Investigation of Twitter Chills First Amendment Rights
  • Podcast Episode: Making Hope, with Adam Savage
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  • Brighter Stars and Persistent Gaps Mark New Paraguay’s “Who Defends Your Data” Report
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  • Facebook Anti-Terror Policy Lands Head of Afghan Red Crescent Society on Censorship List
  • DCCC Chair and Rep. Mondaire Jones Flee Blue Districts, a Bright-Red Warning for Democrats
  • After Buffalo, Will Corporate America Turn Against the Murdochs and Fox News?
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  • Israeli Official Claims Anger at Killing of Shireen Abu Akleh Is Rooted in "Anti-Jewish Racism"
  • Oklahoma’s Total Abortion Ban Will Mean Surveillance, Criminalization, and Chaos
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  • FBI Provides Chicago Police With Fake Online Identities for "Social Media Exploitation" Team
  • Pennsylvania Surges Left at the Polls
  • Jeffrey Sachs Presents Evidence of Possible Lab Origin of Covid-19
  • Israel Used U.S. Weapons to Destroy U.S. Assets and Aid Projects in Gaza
  • A Brasil Paralelo no quer que voc leia esta entrevista
  • Israeli Investigation Into Killing of Palestinian American Journalist Ends Before It Begins
  • Civilian Victim of U.S. Drone Strike Starts GoFundMe to Save His Legs — and His Life
  • Military-Industrial Complex Is Itching to Send “Hunter-Killer” Drones to Ukraine
  • Google and Amazon Face Shareholder Revolt Over Israeli Defense Work
  • Abortion Activists Need to Win Back the Culture Before We Can Win Back the Court
  • Overturning Roe v. Wade: "Irrational, Aggressive, and Extremely Dangerous"
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  • Publishers Clearing House Scam Targets Victims by Phone
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  • Do Laws Banning Abortion Actually Decrease the Rate of Abortions?
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  • Ukrainian refugees find warm welcome in neighbouring Moldova
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  • UN High Commissioner for Refugees Filippo Grandi's message on the International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia
  • Dressing to impress gives lift to refugees in South Sudan
  • Refugee Parliament gives a voice to people forced to flee
  • Deir-ez-Zor residents find help to rebuild lives from the city's ruins
  • UNHCR raises alarm over Mozambique's "invisible" crisis as climate shocks worsen displacement
  • Message from the United Nations humanitarian, refugee, and development chiefs on the situation in Syria and the region
  • More support needed as Syrian refugees reach breaking point
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  • Cloud of uncertainty starts to lift for Ukrainian sisters fleeing war
  • UNHCR and TikTok launch campaign in solidarity with refugees from Ukraine and beyond
  • UNHCR's Grandi meets Cameroonians displaced by conflict over scarce resources
  • Refugees samba in Rio's famed Carnival parade to celebrate Brazilian openness
  • Repaired Benghazi home brings comfort after loss and displacement
  • UNHCR and partners seek urgent funds to help thousands of refugees fleeing to Uganda
  • UN Refugee Agency appeals for urgent action amid soaring deaths at sea

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