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CDT Joins Open Letter Urging Facebook to Extend Journalist and Politician Protections to Elections Workers in Georgia

CDT Joins Open Letter Urging Facebook to Extend Journalist- and Politician-Protections to Elections Workers in Georgia

CDTEU Celebrates Human Rights Day Reflecting on Ambitious EU Policy in the Digital Age

The Centre for Democracy & Technology Europe Office organised a high-level discussion in partnership with the United Nations Human Rights, Regional Office for Europe, entitled "What Should the EU Do to Better Protect Democracy in the Digital Age?" This event was on November 12, 2020.

What Should the EU Do to Better Protect Democracy in the Digital Age? – Event Summary

What Should the EU Do to Better Protect Democracy in the Digital Age? – CDT’s Key Takeaways

CDT Leads Letter Highlighting Need for Diverse Funding of Internet Freedom Projects

Breaking Encryption Myths: What the European Commission’s Leaked Report Got Wrong About Online Security

Global Encryption Coalition GEC

New Technical Report Brings Together Experts to Tackle Encryption Myths

CDT Joins Letter Urging New Administration’s Agency Review Teams to Prioritize Civil Rights and Technology Equities

CDT Joins EFF, Other Experts in Open Letter on Election Security

To Stop Election-Related Misinformation, Give Election Officials the Resources They Need

EU Tech Policy Brief: October 2020 Recap

Graphic for CDT's podcast, entitled "CDT's Tech Talks." Hosted by Jamal Magby, and available on iTunes, Google Play, Soundcloud, Spotify, Stitcher, and TuneIn. Dark grey text and app logos, as well as light blue text, on a white background.

Tech Talk: Election Security — Talking Tech W/ Will Adler