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EU Tech Policy Brief: June 2020 Recap

Amendments to EARN IT Act Can’t Fix the Bill’s Fundamental Flaws

CDT Report – ‘Smart-Enough Cities’: Governments That Seek Mobility Data Must Respect Individual Privacy. Published on June 25, 2020, authored by Mana Azarmi & Noah Resnick.

Report – Smart-Enough Cities: Governments That Seek Mobility Data Must Respect Individual Privacy

Traceability Under Brazil’s Proposed Fake News Law Would Undermine Users’ Privacy and Freedom of Expression

Webinar Speakers from CDT's June 18, 2020 conversation on "Navigating Student Privacy and EdTech Amidst COVID-19," including Elizabeth Laird, Erin Mote, and Marcia Bohannon

Webinar Series: Navigating Student Privacy and Education Technology Amidst COVID

Up Next: Controlled Digital Lending’s First Legal Battle As Publishers Take On The Internet Archive

CDT Joins Letter Urging Congress to Voice Support for the Open Technology Fund

CDT Joins 100+ Others in Urging Congress To Drop Federal Funding of Surveillance Tech to be Used Against Communities and Protestors

Sabine Muscat, Program Director Technology and Digital Policy at the Heinrich Boell Foundation Washington, DC

Webinar Series: COVID-19 Contact Tracing Apps in the U.S., EU and Asia

Working with Airbnb to Use Data to Fight Discrimination

CDT’s Response to the EU Commission Consultation on the “White Paper on Artificial Intelligence”