The Worst Possible Version of the EU Copyright Directive Has Sparked a German Uprising
The Payoff From California’s “Data Dividend” Must Be Stronger Privacy Laws
EFF to State Department: Respect Freedom of Speech of Chinese Students
Oakland Renters Deserve Quality Service and The Power To Choose Their ISP
Designing Welcome Mats to Invite User Privacy
Powerful Permissions, Wimpy Warnings: Installing a Root Certificate Should be Scary
Entrepreneurs Tell USPTO Director Iancu: Patent Trolls Aren’t Just “Monster Stories”
National Emergencies: Constitutional and Statutory Restrictions on Presidential Powers
The Final Version of the EU's Copyright Directive Is the Worst One Yet
French Data Protection Authority Takes on Google
Hearing Wednesday: EFF Asks Court to Unseal Phone Tap Order That Was Among Hundreds of Questionable Wiretaps Approved By California Court
SEC’s Action Against Decentralized Exchange Raises Constitutional Questions
Enough of the 5G Hype
Video: How Justus Decher Beat a Patent Troll, With Help From Alice
That German-French Deal to "Rescue" the EU Copyright Directive? Everyone Hates It. EVERYONE.
Real Net Neutrality Is More Than a Ban on Blocking, Throttling, and Paid Prioritization
The San Francisco District Attorney’s 10 Most Surveilled Neighborhoods
Texas Supreme Court Subtly Provides Stronger Protections for Anonymous Speakers
Call to Action: Tell the Patent Office Not to Reopen the Software Patent Floodgates
Life as an EFF Activist
Countries With Zero Rating Have More Expensive Wireless Broadband Than Countries Without It
Reject New Funding for Border Surveillance: No Tech Wall
The EU's Proposal to Curb the "Dissemination of Terrorist Content" Will Have a Chilling Effect on Speech
As the German Government Abandons Small Businesses, the Worst Parts of the EU Copyright Directive Come Roaring Back, Made Even Worse
No to Online Voting in Virginia
Highest Court in Indiana Set to Decide If You Can Be Forced to Unlock Your Phone
Google Screenwise: An Unwise Trade of All Your Privacy for Cash
Net Neutrality’s Day in Court
What We Should Learn From “Facebook Research”
Stupid Patent of the Month: IBM's Software Patent on Texting and Driving
Brazil in 2019: Free Speech and Privacy in the Crosshairs. What Are the Threats?
A Surveillance Wall Is Not a Good Alternative to a Concrete Wall
Hearing Thursday: EFF Tells Court That Clicking on a URL Isn’t Enough Evidence to Justify A Search Warrant
The 5G Protocol May Still Be Vulnerable to IMSI Catchers
Victory! Illinois Supreme Court Protects Biometric Privacy
In WSJ Op-Ed, Mark Zuckerberg Speaks Down to Users and Misses the Point
A Guided Tour of the Data Facebook Uses to Target Ads
Detecting Ghosts By Reverse Engineering: Who Ya Gonna Call?
Victory: Federal Court in Seattle Will Begin Disclosing Surveillance Records
EFF Client Responds to Ludicrous “Collusion” Trademark Threat
Washington Post Tries to Take Down Parody Site Announcing Trump's Resignation
Federal Court Orders That Patent Troll Can’t Hide Its Machinations
Work with EFF this Summer! Apply to be a 2019 Google Public Policy Fellow
Article 13 and 11 Update: Even The Compromises are Compromised In This Copyright Trainwreck
Don’t Put Robots in Charge of the Internet
Now EVERYBODY Hates the New EU Copyright Directive
Copyright’s Safe Harbors Preserve What We Love About the Internet
Anyone—Even the Government—Can Ask the Patent Office to Review Invalid Patents
Belgium: Say No To Article 13 and 11
Luxembourg: Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive