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New Year's resolutions are notoriously difficult to maintain. Whether you're planning to eat better, quit smoking, exercise more or call your mother more frequently, it's easy enough at the start, but very few people maintain their resolutions past the 1st … Continue reading

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Search engines play an indispensable role in our information age. They are how we navigate the internet. Without their assistance, most of us would be lost. When access to their functionality is limited, our substantive access to information is limited. … Continue reading

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This article, by Carly Nyst and Anna Fielder was originally published on 10th November 2014 on Privacy International's blog. Since the European Court of Justice in May ruled in the “right to be forgotten” case, there has been a dizzying amount of … Continue reading

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This article was originally published at The Conversation. Read the original article. By Nicolas Suzor. Nicolas is a Former Chair and Life Member of EFA and is currently a Senior Lecturer at Queensland University of Technology School of Law. Australia … Continue reading

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This week’s revelations in The Guardian and Washington Post about PRISM, the United States’ National Security Agency’s top secret global internet surveillance program are extremely alarming. The leaked information suggests that the NSA has ‘direct access’ to the systems of … Continue reading

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