About Face (Recognition) | EFFector 36.5
How Political Campaigns Use Your Data to Target You
Speaking Freely: Lynn Hamadallah
Americans Deserve More Than the Current American Privacy Rights Act
Tell the FCC It Must Clarify Its Rules to Prevent Loopholes That Will Swallow Net Neutrality Whole
S.T.O.P. is Working to ‘Ban The Scan’ in New York
EFF Submits Comments on FRT to Commission on Civil Rights
What Does EFF Mean to You?
Bad Amendments to Section 702 Have Failed (For Now)—What Happens Next?
Virtual Reality and the 'Virtual Wall'
The Motion Picture Association Doesn’t Get to Decide Who the First Amendment Protects
Speaking Freely: Mary Aileen Diez-Bacalso
Podcast Episode: Antitrust/Pro-Internet
"Infrastructures of Control": Q&A with the Geographers Behind University of Arizona's Border Surveillance Photo Exhibition
Federal Court Dismisses X's Anti-Speech Lawsuit Against Watchdog
The White House is Wrong: Section 702 Needs Drastic Change
In Historic Victory for Human Rights in Colombia, Inter-American Court Finds State Agencies Violated Human Rights of Lawyers Defending Activists
Speaking Freely: Emma Shapiro
Ola Bini Faces Ecuadorian Prosecutors Seeking to Overturn Acquittal of Cybercrime Charge
U.S. Supreme Court Does Not Go Far Enough in Determining When Government Officials Are Barred from Censoring Critics on Social Media
Restricting Flipper is a Zero Accountability Approach to Security: Canadian Government Response to Car Hacking
EFF Asks Oregon Supreme Court Not to Limit Fourth Amendment Rights Based on Terms of Service
Meta Oversight Board’s Latest Policy Opinion a Step in the Right Direction
Speaking Freely: Robert Ssempala
Podcast Episode: About Face (Recognition)