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Australian Government Wants to Give Satire The Boot
KRACK Vulnerability: What You Need To Know
Expanding E-Verify is a Privacy Disaster in the Making
South Dakota Civil Liberties Groups Urge Senator Thune to Put the Brakes on SESTA
Alice Saves Medical Startup From Death By Telehealth Patent
Whistleblower Protections in USA Liberty Act Not Enough
Digital Rights Groups Demand Deletion of Unlawful Filtering Mandate From Proposed EU Copyright Law
USA Liberty Act Won’t Fix What’s Most Broken with NSA Internet Surveillance
Q&A with Professor Xiaoxing Xi, Victim of Unjust Surveillance
California Governor Signs Bill to Defend Against Religious Registries
California Police and Civil Liberties Groups Agreed on a Simple Transparency Measure. Gov. Brown Vetoed It Anyway.
Pass the Protecting Data at the Border Act
Victory! California Just Reformed Its Gang Databases and Made Them More Accountable
Copyright Isn’t a Tool for Removing Negative Reviews
Digital Trade Agreements Failing to Reflect Internet Community Input: UNCTAD
Gov. Brown Vetoes Internet Access For Juvenile Halls and Foster Homes—For Now
Courtroom “Feud” Leaves Accurate Speech About Celebrities Unprotected
Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein’s “Responsible Encryption” Demand is Bad and He Should Feel Bad
With Facebook, Twitter in the Crosshairs of Investigators Probing Russian Interference, Let’s Consider The Risks of Applying Election Ad Rules to the Online World
58 Human Rights and Civil Liberties Organizations Demand an End to the Backdoor Search Loophole
Celebrating the 2017 Pioneer Awards
National Security Agencies Are Evading Congressional Oversight
LinkNYC Improves Privacy Policy, Yet Problems Remain
iOS 11’s Misleading “Off-ish” Setting for Bluetooth and Wi-Fi is Bad for User Security
Defending Users in NAFTA 2.0: Who Are We Up Against?
3 Bills Gov. Jerry Brown Should Sign Right Now
No Airport Biometric Surveillance
Sex Trafficking Experts Say SESTA Is the Wrong Solution
Europe's Courts Decide: Does U.S. Spying Violate Europe's Privacy?
A troubling new tactic to keep bad patents from being tossed out
DHS Should Stop the Social Media Surveillance of Immigrants
Live Blog: House Discusses Section 230
The End Game for European Upload Filtering Approaches
EFF Asks Court to Undo Damage Done to First Amendment in Flawed National Security Letter Ruling
No Justification for Spanish Internet Censorship During Catalonian Referendum
Just How Unpopular, How Wrong on the Facts, How Misguided Is the FCC Proposal to Rollback Network Neutrality and Broadband Privacy?
Stupid Patent of the Month: Will Patents Slow Artificial Intelligence?
The War on General-Purpose Computing Turns on the Streaming Media Box Community
Phish For the Future
Update: EFF Lawsuit Results in Release of More FISC Opinions
Will the Equifax Data Breach Finally Spur the Courts (and Lawmakers) to Recognize Data Harms?
Canada Pushes Back Against U.S. Copyright Demands in NAFTA
California is Close to Bringing Transparency and Accountability to Gang Databases
Google Will Survive SESTA. Your Startup Might Not.
A Guide to Common Types of Two-Factor Authentication on the Web
Silicon Valley Should Just Say No to Saudi Arabia
Appeals Court Rules Against Warrantless Cell-site Simulator Surveillance
Appeals Court Limits Ability of Patent Trolls to File Suit in Far-Flung Districts
.cat Domain a Casualty in Catalonian Independence Crackdown
Apple does right by users and advertisers are displeased