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Exercising Your Free Speech Rights Despite Government Harassment

The Internet may finally provide citizens a way to fight the abuse of power, corruption, and criminal activities of the American judiciary. Yet to do this effectively, citizens must be aware that the courts are powerful and will exert influence to crush their political opponents if they can discover who they are. Tools exist to help citizens report the facts without being easily targeted for political retribution. This article discusses why this is important as well as a few basic but powerful tools to enable anonymous free speech. Continue reading

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Government Use of Social Networks for Investigations

If you’re wondering how law enforcement agencies may use social networks and the Internet to track down people and information on them, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has obtained information from the US Internal Revenue Service and US Department of Justice that may help you understand their policies and methods. Continue reading

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