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Mar 18
cendemtech:

Day of Action to Demand Warrants for Email
On Thursday, December 5th, organizations including CDT, ACLU, EFF, Google, Twitter, and Tumblr are participating in a nationwide day of action calling for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the law that says the government can access your email and documents in the cloud without a warrant.
ECPA is one of the Internet’s most outdated laws—it was enacted in 1986, before most people had access to a home computer or email. ECPA says that hundreds of government agencies—like the IRS, FBI, and DEA, as well as local law enforcement agencies—can access many of our stored emails, private social media messages, and documents in the cloud without getting a warrant from a judge. The law flies directly in the face of our Fourth Amendment values.
Join us in the day of action: Sign this petition telling the White House to support ECPA reform.
Dec 11

cendemtech:

Day of Action to Demand Warrants for Email

On Thursday, December 5th, organizations including CDT, ACLU, EFF, Google, Twitter, and Tumblr are participating in a nationwide day of action calling for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the law that says the government can access your email and documents in the cloud without a warrant.

ECPA is one of the Internet’s most outdated laws—it was enacted in 1986, before most people had access to a home computer or email. ECPA says that hundreds of government agencies—like the IRS, FBI, and DEA, as well as local law enforcement agencies—can access many of our stored emails, private social media messages, and documents in the cloud without getting a warrant from a judge. The law flies directly in the face of our Fourth Amendment values.

Join us in the day of action: Sign this petition telling the White House to support ECPA reform.

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cendemtech:

Day of Action to Demand Warrants for Email
On Thursday, December 5th, organizations including CDT, ACLU, EFF, Google, Twitter, and Tumblr are participating in a nationwide day of action calling for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the law that says the government can access your email and documents in the cloud without a warrant.
ECPA is one of the Internet’s most outdated laws—it was enacted in 1986, before most people had access to a home computer or email. ECPA says that hundreds of government agencies—like the IRS, FBI, and DEA, as well as local law enforcement agencies—can access many of our stored emails, private social media messages, and documents in the cloud without getting a warrant from a judge. The law flies directly in the face of our Fourth Amendment values.
Join us in the day of action: Sign this petition telling the White House to support ECPA reform.
Dec 11

cendemtech:

Day of Action to Demand Warrants for Email

On Thursday, December 5th, organizations including CDT, ACLU, EFF, Google, Twitter, and Tumblr are participating in a nationwide day of action calling for reform of the Electronic Communications Privacy Act (ECPA), the law that says the government can access your email and documents in the cloud without a warrant.

ECPA is one of the Internet’s most outdated laws—it was enacted in 1986, before most people had access to a home computer or email. ECPA says that hundreds of government agencies—like the IRS, FBI, and DEA, as well as local law enforcement agencies—can access many of our stored emails, private social media messages, and documents in the cloud without getting a warrant from a judge. The law flies directly in the face of our Fourth Amendment values.

Join us in the day of action: Sign this petition telling the White House to support ECPA reform.

newyorker:

“Easter and Oak Trees,” the earliest work of the Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen, unveils a collection of previously unpublished photographs—a rich and intimate record of unguarded familial moments captured by a young mother and nascent photographer. A look at the photos: http://nyr.kr/1e5Ovkw
Dec 11

newyorker:

“Easter and Oak Trees,” the earliest work of the Dutch photographer Bertien van Manen, unveils a collection of previously unpublished photographs—a rich and intimate record of unguarded familial moments captured by a young mother and nascent photographer. A look at the photos: http://nyr.kr/1e5Ovkw

(Source: newyorker.com)

Wow
Dec 11

Wow

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Dec 11

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Feb 1

scoutingny:

The Queens, New York movie theater that will blow your mind

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Jan 30

buzzfeedanimals:

like a little sepia watermelon.

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Jan 30

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