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OTI Submits Reply Comments to the FCC on Broadband Deployment

OTI filed reply comments to the FCC as they determine whether broadband is being deployed in a reasonable and timely manner.

OTI Submits Reply Comments to the FCC on Broadband Deployment

OTI filed reply comments to the FCC as they determine whether broadband is being deployed in a reasonable and timely manner.


Progress Report on FCC Chairman Ajit Pai

OTI reviews Ajit Pai's past eight months as chairman of the FCC.


A History of FISA Section 702 Compliance Violations

The only publicly available resources that provide a comprehensive view of the types and patterns of Section 702 compliance violations.


OTI Submits FCC Comments on Broadband Deployment

OTI submits comments on broadband deployment to the Federal Communications Commission.


As California Drops Broadband Privacy (for Now), D.C. Picks It Up

The Council of the District of Columbia recently proposed its own broadband privacy protections: the Broadband Internet Privacy Act of 2017.


Keeping the Internet Free and Open: SESTA Will Gut Protection for the Web as We Know It

Amending Section 230 of the CDA will have a profound and negative impact on free speech and information access in the digital world.


Call for Increased Transparency of Intelligence Sharing

OTI joins coalition to tell Congress and international oversight bodies to increase transparency of cross-border intelligence sharing.


The California Legislature is Trying to Run Out the Clock on Protecting Broadband Privacy

States, including California, have attempted to fill the gap left by Congress by proposing laws to protect broadband privacy.


OTI Submits FCC Reply Comments on Net Neutrality

On August 31, OTI filed a second round of comments that continued to push back against the FCC's wrongheaded net neutrality repeal plan.


OTI, EFF, and CDT Urged the Supreme Court to Take Case on the Constitutionality of Section 702 Surveillance

The massive secrecy that shrouds Section 702 has prevented the courts from considering the constitutionality of this surveillance.


A Future Ruled by the "Botnet of Things"?

OTI offers seven ways to address the threats posed by botnets.


Deciphering the European Encryption Debate: France

Of the three countries that OTI studied in its transatlantic encryption series, France’s encryption debate is perhaps the most dynamic.