California: Stand Up to Face Surveillance
by Hayley Tsukayama on Jun 2, 2020
EFF has joined a broad coalition of civil liberties, civil rights, and labor advocates to oppose A.B. 2261, which threatens to normalize the […]
Join EFF for a Reddit AMA on EARN IT
by Jason Kelley on Jun 2, 2020
Over the last few months, the EARN IT Act, a bill that would have disastrous consequences for free speech and security online, has gained thousands […]
Surveillance Self-Defense: Attending Protests in the Age of COVID-19
by Bill Budington on Jun 2, 2020
In the wake of nationwide protests against the police killings of George Floyd and Breonna Taylor, we urge protestors to stay safe, both physically […]
The Executive Order Targeting Social Media Gets the FTC, Its Job, and the Law Wrong
by Corynne McSherry on Jun 2, 2020
This is one of a series of blog posts about President Trump's May 28 Executive Order. Other posts are here, here, and here.The inaptly named […]
Trump’s Executive Order Threatens to Leverage Government’s Advertising Dollars to Pressure Online Platforms
by David Greene on Jun 1, 2020
This is one of a series of blog posts about President Trump's May 28 Executive Order. Other posts can be found here, here, here, and here.The inaptly […]
Sex Worker Rights Advocates Raise the Alarms about EARN IT
by Daly Barnett on Jun 1, 2020
June 2nd is recognized around the world as the chosen date of countless direct actions and protests in support of the sex workers' rights movement. […]
Internet Users of All Kinds Should Be Concerned by a New Copyright Office Report
by Corynne McSherry on Jun 1, 2020
Outside of the beltway, people all over the United States are taking to the streets to demand fundamental change. In the halls of Congress and the […]
Tech Learning Collective: A Grassroots Technology School Case Study
by Rory Mir on Jun 1, 2020
Grassroots education is important for making sure advanced technical knowledge is accessible to communities who may otherwise be blocked or pushed […]
Trump’s Executive Order Seeks To Have FCC Regulate Platforms. Here’s Why It Won’t Happen
by Ernesto Falcon on Jun 1, 2020
This is one of a series of blog posts about President Trump's May 28 Executive Order. Other posts are here, here, here, and here. The inaptly named […]
California Cops Can No Longer Pass the Cost of Digital Redaction onto Public Records Requesters
by Dave Maass on Jun 1, 2020
At a dark time when the possibility of police accountability seems especially bleak, there is a new glimmer of light courtesy of the California […]
Why Vodafone Greece Devs Migrated to Red Hat's Quarkus
Changing gears to another framework helped reduce boot times and resource usage, especially during traffic spikes.
Your Metrics Are Going Haywire. Now What?
You can't wait for the world to go back to "normal" or expect your old metrics to work in the future. Listen intently, experiment relentlessly, and spread your bets.
Data and Analytics Pros Navigate Job Market Changes
Data scientists, machine learning specialists and other data and analytics pros are seeing a changes to the job market in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. What will the lasting impacts be?
How AI and Machine Learning are Evolving DevOps
Artificial intelligence and ML can help us take DevOps to the next level through identifying problems more quickly and further automating our processes.
IT Trade Shows Go Virtual: Your 2020 List of Events
Virtual IT events and trade shows are popping up everywhere this summer and fall. Even if your travel budget has been cut, you can still make it to these.
Advantage ROI: Optimize AI Programs for Short-Term Gains
With many budgets constrained, now is the time to focus on artificial intelligence projects that will deliver the most payback over the next six months.
Tips on Digital Adoption and Transformation from Tesla
Former director of learning shares some of the mindset that drives the electric car maker's strategy for fueling external and internal adoption.
Why AI Ethics Is Even More Important Now
Contract-tracing apps are fueling more AI ethics discussions, particularly around privacy. The longer term challenge is approaching AI ethics holistically.
IT Careers: 10 Industries with Job Openings Right Now
As the pandemic continues to wreak havoc on the economy, many IT workers have experienced layoffs and unpaid furloughs. But not all the news is grim if you know where to look.
CIO Profile: T-Mobile's Cody Sanford
T-Mobile's CIO and CPO Cody Sanford's biggest recent accomplishment was working on the company's merger with Sprint. Here's more about this tech executive in his own words.