Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) is a public interest research group in Washington, D.C. It was established in 1994 to focus public attention on emerging civil liberties issues and to protect privacy, the First Amendment, and constitutional values in the information age. EPIC pursues a wide range of activities, including privacy research, public education, conferences, litigation, publications, and advocacy.
EPIC maintains web sites (epic.org and privacy.org) and publishes the online EPIC Alert every two weeks with information about emerging privacy and civil liberties issues. EPIC also publishes Privacy and Human Rights, Litigation Under the Federal Open Government Laws, The Public Voice WSIS Sourcebook, The Privacy Law Sourcebook, and The Consumer Law Sourcebook. EPIC litigates high-profile privacy, First Amendment, and Freedom of Information Act cases. EPIC advocates for strong privacy safeguards.
In addition to maintaining privacy.org, EPIC also coordinates the Public Voice coalition, and the Privacy Coalition. EPIC also established the National Committee on Voting Integrity.
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