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  • Data Recoverers Finally Crack the Locked Down Apple M1 Chip
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  • Victory! Federal Court Upholds First Amendment Protections for Student’s Off-Campus Social Media Post
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  • EFF and Partners Urge the Indian Government to Keep End-to-End Encryption Alive
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  • EFF and ACLU File Amicus Brief Objecting to Warrantless, Suspicionless Electronic Device Searches at the Border
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  • Victory! Another Court Protects the Right to Record Police
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