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Stop AB 1326—California’s Bitcoin License

The Virtual Currency License is Bad for Business, Innovation, and Privacy

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La Ley Stalker Afecta Nuestra Privacidad Y Crea Inseguridad

Digámosle juntos al Congreso peruano que la vigilancia desproporcionada pone en riesgo a todas y todos los peruanos

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Preserve Anonymity, Stand Up For Domain Privacy

Online privacy is being threatened. Corporate interests are pushing for policies to unmask anonymous owners of websites, creating a huge safety risk for political dissidents and marginalized groups.

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Tell Your Senator to Support the PATENT Act

It's time to put a stop to patent trolls. This is the year to pass strong patent reform. Tell your senators to support S. 1137, the PATENT Act.

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Stop Patent Trolls: Support the Innovation Act of 2015

The Innovation Act is the best patent troll-killing bill yet. Last year, it flew through the House but was stalled in the Senate. This year, it's back. Tell your representative to pass this strong patent reform legislation.

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Verizon: Stop Hijacking Your Users' Web Traffic

Verizon Wireless is letting third parties track its users by default. Tell Verizon to support user privacy by stopping its header injection program!

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Apple, Your Developer Agreement Tramples on Free Speech and Innovation

Apple requires that all iOS developers agree to terms that restrict what they can say about the company and what kinds of apps they can build.

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Tell Obama: Stop Mass Surveillance Under Executive Order 12333

The NSA relies on Executive Order 12333 to engage in mass surveillance of people around the world. But most people have never even heard of this presidential order. It’s time to respect the privacy rights of innocent people, regardless of their nationality. Tell Obama: amend Executive Order 12333 to prohibit mass surveillance.

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Unámonos para promover el acceso abierto en todo el mundo.

Diego Gómez, un estudiante de postgrado colombiano, puede ser condenado hasta a ocho años de cárcel por hacer algo que miles de investigadores hacen cada día: publicar resultados de investigación en línea para aquellos que de otra forma no tienen una manera de acceder a ellos.