The Malicious Use of Artificial Intelligence: Forecasting, Prevention, and Mitigation
Did Congress Really Expect Us to Whittle Our Own Personal Jailbreaking Tools?
"FREE from Chains!": Eskinder Nega is Released from Jail
New National Academy of Sciences Report on Encryption Asks the Wrong Questions
EFF and MuckRock Are Filing a Thousand Public Records Requests About ALPR Data Sharing
Federal Judge Says Embedding a Tweet Can Be Copyright Infringement
The False Teeth of Chrome's Ad Filter
Customs and Border Protection's Biometric Data Snooping Goes Too Far
Law Enforcement Use of Face Recognition Systems Threatens Civil Liberties, Disproportionately Affects People of Color: EFF Report
Court Dismisses Playboy's Lawsuit Against Boing Boing (For Now)
Will Canada Be the New Testing Ground for SOPA-lite? Canadian Media Companies Hope So
Let's Encrypt Hits 50 Million Active Certificates and Counting
The Revolution and Slack
Companies Must Be Accountable to All Users: The Story of Egyptian Activist Wael Abbas
We Don’t Need New Laws for Faked Videos, We Already Have Them
How Have Europe's Upload Filtering and Link Tax Plans Changed?
Internet Users Spoke Up To Keep Safe Harbors Safe
Imprisoned Blogger Eskinder Nega Won't Sign a False Confession
Oregon Steps Up to the Plate on Network Neutrality This Month
The CLOUD Act: A Dangerous Expansion of Police Snooping on Cross-Border Data
IPR Process Saves 80 Companies From Paying For a Sports-Motion Patent
John Perry Barlow, Internet Pioneer, 1947-2018
Newly Released Surveillance Orders Show That Even with Individualized Court Oversight, Spying Powers Are Misused
Startup Won't Give In to Motivational Health Messaging's $35,000 Patent Demand
Twilio Demonstrates Why Courts Should Review Every National Security Letter
Fair Use Overcomes Chrysler's Bogus Copyright Notice
BMG v. Cox: ISPs Can Make Their Own Repeat-Infringer Policies, But the Fourth Circuit Wants A Higher "Body Count"
Keep Border Spy Tech Out of Dreamer Protection Bills
Georgia Must Block This Flawed Computer Crime Bill
Federal Appeals Court Misses Opportunity to Rule that Section 230 Bars Claims Against Online Platforms for Hosting Terrorist Content
You Can Call the Super Bowl the "Super Bowl"
Catalog of Missing Devices Illustrates Gadgets that Could and Should Exist
The Hypocrisy of AT&T’s “Internet Bill of Rights”
How Congress’s Extension of Section 702 May Expand the NSA’s Warrantless Surveillance Authority
The State of the Union: What Wasn’t Said
EFF Asks California Court to Reverse Ruling That Could Weaken Open Records Rules, Impede Public Access to Government Records
California’s Senate Misfires on Network Neutrality, Ignores Viable Options
Stupid Patent of the Month: Bigger Screen Patent Highlights a Bigger Problem
¿El fin de una Internet libre, abierta e inclusiva?
California Senate Rejects License Plate Privacy Shield Bill
Code Review Isn't Evil. Security Through Obscurity Is.
Private Censorship Is Not the Best Way to Fight Hate or Defend Democracy: Here Are Some Better Ideas
ETICAS Releases First Ever Evaluations of Spanish Internet Companies' Privacy and Transparency Practices
When Trading Track Records Means Less Privacy
It's Time to Make Student Privacy a Priority
ICE Accesses a Massive Amount of License Plate Data. Will California Take Action?
EFF's Fight to End Warrantless Device Searches at the Border: A Roundup of Our Advocacy
EFF and ACLU Ask Court to Allow Legal Challenge to Proceed Against Warrantless Searches of Travelers’ Smartphones, Laptops
Europe's GDPR Meets WHOIS Privacy: Which Way Forward?