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Groups Line Up For Meaningful NSA Surveillance Reform

Multiple nonprofit organizations and policy think tanks, and one company have recently joined ranks to limit broad NSA surveillance. Though our groups work for many causes— freedom of the press, shared software development, universal access to knowledge, equal justice for … Continue reading

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Finally, California Gets A Meaningful Housing Bill

California State Senator Scott Wiener just introduced the bill I’ve probably been waiting for since I started following land use and transit in California over a decade-and-a-half ago. SB 827 would dramatically scale back local government restrictions on housing near … Continue reading

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ICANN Accountability Post-JPA: No Meaningful Change Expected

While many are dancing in the streets over todays decision by the US Government to loosen some of its ties to ICANN as its a single governmental authority, Im not convinced this decision will change much on a practical level. … Continue reading

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