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International Coalition Calls on Apple to Abandon Plan to Build Surveillance Capabilities into iPhones, iPads, and other Products

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Tech Talk: Apple Announcement — Talking Tech W/ Greg Nojeim and Mallory Knodel

Training Module: Cybersecurity in Education 101

CDT Tech Tales, a blog series that lifts up personal and professional stories around CDT's issues.

CDT Tech Tales: How Boulder Valley School District Effectively Engages Its Community

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Bossware Makes It Difficult to Classify Workers as Contractors

Going Beyond Legal Requirements for Community Engagement on Student Privacy

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What Could Go Wrong? Apple’s Misguided Plans to Gut End-to-End Encryption

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Explaining “Explainability”

EU Tech Policy Brief: July 2021 Recap

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Mass and Intrusive Surveillance of Immigrants is an Unacceptable Alternative to Detention

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Government Watchdog Reports Many Government Agencies Don’t Even Know What Facial Recognition Systems They Are Using

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CDT Joins Coalition Letter Urging FTC to Better Protect Consumers Against Data-driven Civil Rights Harms