Deeplinks

EFF Joins Coalition to Call on the EU to Introduce Interoperability Rules
EFF Files Amicus Brief Arguing Geofence Warrants Violate the Fourth Amendment
The New EARN IT Bill Still Threatens Encryption and Free Speech
Google's AMP, the Canonical Web, and the Importance of Web Standards
Amazon’s Ring Enables the Over-Policing Efforts of Some of America’s Deadliest Law Enforcement Agencies
Hundreds of Police Departments with Deadly Histories Partner with Amazon’s Ring Surveillance Cameras
"Don't Believe Proven Liars": The Absolute Minimum Standard of Prudence in Merger Scrutiny
Wikileaks-Hosted "Most Wanted Leaks" Reflects the Transparency Priorities of Public Contributors
EFF to Court: Social Media Users Have Privacy and Free Speech Interests in Their Public Information
Inside the Invasive, Secretive “Bossware” Tracking Workers
EFF Successfully Defends Users’ Right to Challenge Patents and Still Recover Legal Fees
Tell Your Senator: Vote No on the EARN IT Act
5 Serious Flaws in the New Brazilian “Fake News” Bill that Will Undermine Human Rights [UPDATED]
Now Is The Time: Tell Congress to Ban Federal Use of Face Recognition
Your Phone Is Vulnerable Because of 2G, But it Doesn't Have to Be
Egypt's Crackdown on Free Expression Will Cost Lives
Dutch Law Proposes a Wholesale Jettisoning of Human Rights Considerations in Copyright Enforcement
Your Objections to the Google-Fitbit Merger
EFF and Durie Tangri Join Forces to Defend Internet Archive’s Digital Library
California Agency Blocks Release of Police Use of Force and Surveillance Training, Claiming Copyright
The Senate’s New Anti-Encryption Bill Is Even Worse Than EARN IT, and That’s Saying Something
Victory! Boston Bans Government Use of Face Surveillance
Brazil's Fake News Bill Would Dismantle Crucial Rights Online and is on a Fast Track to Become Law
The House Has a Universal Fiber Broadband Plan We Should Get Behind
Groundbreaking Community-Building Technologists Join EFF’s Board of Directors
Pride Resources for Activism in Digital and Physical Spaces
Victory: Indiana Supreme Court Rules that Police Can’t Force Smartphone User to Unlock Her Phone
OTF's Work Is Vital for a Free and Open Internet
Apple’s Response to HEY Showcases What’s Most Broken About the Apple App Store
California Coalition Calls for Moratorium on State Gang Database
Staying Private While Using Google Docs for Legal & Mutual Aid Work
Two Different Proposals to Amend Section 230 Share A Similar Goal: Damage Online Users’ Speech
Victory! French High Court Rules That Most of Hate Speech Bill Would Undermine Free Expression
Victory! New York’s City Council Passes the POST Act
California Privacy Advocates Sue Vallejo Over Cell-Site Simulator
Our EU Policy Principles: Interoperability
Germany’s Corona-Warn-App: Frequently Asked Questions
VICTORY: Zoom Will Offer End-to-End Encryption to All Its Users
A Quick and Dirty Guide to Cell Phone Surveillance at Protests
Nominations Open for 2020 Barlows!
Bracelets, Beacons, Barcodes: Wearables in the Global Response to COVID-19
Streaming Is Laying Bare How Big ISPs, Big Tech, and Big Media Work Together Against Users
EFF Asks Virginia Supreme Court to Rein in Indiscriminate Collection and Storage of License Plate Information
Medical Device Repair Again Threatened With Copyright Claims
IBM, Amazon Agree to Step Back From Face Recognition. Where Is Microsoft?
Will Zoom Bring Encryption to the People Who Need It Most?
Amazon Ring Must End Its Dangerous Partnerships With Police
The Winds Are Shifting on NYPD Transparency
Digital Security Advice for Journalists Covering the Protests Against Police Violence
You Have a First Amendment Right to Record the Police