EPIC's important privacy campaigns include:
Democracy & Cybersecurity: Preserving Democratic Institutions
EPIC has launched a new project on Democracy and Cybersecurity to address growing concerns about cyber attacks on democratic institutions.
Data Protection 2016
Noting widespread concern about the state of privacy in America, EPIC launched "Data Protection 2016," a non-partisan campaign to make data protection an issue in the 2016 election.
In 2015, EPIC launched a project on algorithmic transparency, urging companies to show us the code that makes judgements about us.
Stop Body Scanners
EPIC filed a lawsuit to suspend the deployment of body scanners at US airports, pending an independent review.
Details on EPIC v. DHS
EPIC Body Scanner Incident Report
EPIC's Body Scanner Facebook Page
Privacy & Google Books
Privacy and the 2010 Election
National Opt-Out Day
Privacy and the 2008 Election
Stop REAL ID
National ID at the Crossroads
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