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‘We Can’t Be Complacent’ About the Crypto Debate

The encryption debate is as old as the Internet, and Jennifer Granick warns that giving ground now could have serious long-term effects.

Encryption, Privacy

Firefox to Allow Users to Delete Telemetry Data

As CCPA goes into effect, Mozilla is making a change that will allow people to request the deletion of any telemetry data collected by Firefox.

Privacy, Firefox

Signal Working on New Private Group Feature

Signal is developing an updated private group system that provides enhanced capabilities and security for group administrators.

Encryption, Privacy

Contract for Web Can’t Fix Privacy Problems If Security Isn’t Included

As the inventor of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee proposed the [Contract for the Web](https://contractfortheweb.org/) as a way to address problems such as misinformation, mass surveillance and censorship online, but the list is not a realistic blueprint for action.

Internet, Privacy

Congress Proposes a Promising New Privacy Bill

The ranking Democrat on a Senate Commerce Committee has unveiled a new digital privacy bill that would strengthen the FTC’s enforcement powers over tech companies.

Privacy, Legislation, Government