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US International Trade Policy Should Promote and Protect Digital Rights

Supreme Court: The CFAA Does Not Make Criminals of Millions of Computer Users

CDT Staff to Tackle Hottest Issues in Tech at RightsCon 2021

CDT Joins Library & Research Orgs, EFF, and Public Knowledge in Weighing in on the Sony v. Cox case.

CDT Joins Library & Research Orgs, EFF, and Public Knowledge in Weighing in on Sony v. Cox

CDT Joins Public Knowledge, Re:Create, RSI, & the Organization for Transformative Works in Pressing Copyright Office on Issues with CASE Act Implementation

This is the first post in a series from CDT, entitled "Tech Policy & COVID: What We've Learned About the Digital Divide."

Tech Policy & COVID: What We’ve Learned about the Digital Divide

EU Tech Policy Brief: February 2021 Recap

Section 230 and Competition Policy are Inextricably Intertwined

EU Tech Policy Brief: January 2021 Recap

New CDT Newsletter for Journalists Highlights Emerging Internet Infrastructure Issues

New CDT Newsletter for Journalists Highlights Emerging Internet Infrastructure Issues

CDT Joins Sign-on Letter Urging White House and Senate Leadership for a Speedy Nomination and Confirmation of a 5th FCC Commissioner

CDT Joins Letter Urging White House and Senate Leadership for Speedy Nomination / Confirmation of 5th FCC Commissioner

CDT and Leading Civil Rights and Technology Groups Urge 117th Congress to Tackle Civil Rights, Privacy, and Technology Legislation

CDT and Leading Civil Rights and Technology Groups Urge 117th Congress to Tackle Civil Rights, Privacy, and Technology Legislation