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Electronic Frontier Foundation

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Electronic Frontier Foundation

454 Shotwell Street

San Francisco, California,94110

United States

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading organization protecting civil liberties in the digital world. Founded in 1990, EFF defends free speech online, fights illegal surveillance, promotes the rights of digital innovators, and works to ensure that th...more

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EFF's Staff | Electronic Frontier Foundation

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Andrew Crocker
Staff Attorney Andrew is a staff attorney on the Electronic Frontier Foundation's civil liberties team. He focuses on EFF's national security and privacy docket, as well as the Coders' Rights Project. While in law school, Andrew worked at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society, the American Civil Liberties Union's Speech, Privacy, and Technology Project, and the Center for Democracy and Technology. He received his undergraduate and law degrees from Harvard University and an M.F.A. in creative writing from New York University. His interests include Boggle and donuts.


Privacy Activists Suffer Legal Setback In National Security Letter Case | Threatpost | The first stop for security news

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Andrew Crocker, an attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, which represented the companies in the consolidated case, said his clients were considering their next-step options.
"NSLs prevent service providers like our clients Credo Mobile and Cloudflare from being truthful with their customers and the public about the scope of government surveillance, and we applaud their courage in standing up to these gags," Crocker told Threatpost.


GEN Secure Corporate IT Outsourcing - EFF Urges Supreme Court to Protect Your Cell Phone Location Data from Over-Curious Cops

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Taking advantage of everyday conveniences shouldnt mean that we have to relinquish our constitutional rights, said EFF Staff Attorney Andrew Crocker.


One Billion Daily WhatsApp Users Prove Privacy Isn't Dead

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"That seems like an apples to oranges comparison to me," says Andrew Crocker, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
A more direct comparison would be between WhatsApp and other direct-messaging services, like Facebook Messenger, Signal, Telegram, or iMessage. Of these, WhatsApp has the highest daily users; the next most popular is Facebook Messenger, which boasts 1.2 billion a month. But instead of raw numbers, look at WhatsApp's and Twitter's rates of divergence. Crocker agrees that the explosive popularity of WhatsApp-and other private messaging services-demonstrates just how much people want privacy. "The success of WhatsApp shows that there is a great demand for usable, secure private messaging," Crocker says, adding that it also demonstrates that even public services like Twitter would do well to experiment with offering more granular security and privacy controls. "I would love to see Twitter offer encrypted DMs," he says.


Twitter and ACLU Defend Rogue Immigration Twitter Account | Lacey and Larkin Frontera Fund

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The Electronic Frontier Foundation, an internet and privacy rights group, said through its staff attorney Andrew Croker, "The government must not be able to use its formidable investigatory powers to intimidate and silence its critics."


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