Congress Has a Chance to Finally End the NSA’s Mass Telephone Records Program
Who Defends Your Data? Report Reveals Peruvian ISPs Progress on User Privacy, Still Room for Improvement
The Best of Europe’s Web Went Dark Today. We Can’t Let That Be Our Future.
More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective
EFF Submits Consumer Data Privacy Comment to the California Attorney General
The European Copyright Directive: What Is It, and Why Has It Drawn More Controversy Than Any Other Directive In EU History?
Here’s Why You Can’t Trust What Cops and Companies Claim About Automated License Plate Readers
Why the Debate Over Privacy Can't Rely on Tech Giants
Our Thoughts on the New Zealand Massacre
Critical Free Speech Protections Are Under Attack in Texas
If It Really Wants To Restore Debate, Facebook Should Update Its Ad Policy
When Facial Recognition Is Used to Identify Defendants, They Have a Right to Obtain Information About the Algorithms Used on Them, EFF Tells Court
The Patent Office Can’t Ignore Law it Dislikes
The Foilies 2019
The Inextricable Link Between Modern Free Speech Law and the Civil Rights Movement
A Privacy-Focused Facebook? We'll Believe It When We See It.
Tell Congress to Stand Up for Real Net Neutrality Protections
OpenAI’s Recent Announcement: What Went Wrong, and How It Could Be Better
Facebook Doubles Down On Misusing Your Phone Number
Congress Invites Industry Advocates to Hearings. Industry Talking Points Ensue.
German Data Privacy Commissioner Says Article 13 Inevitably Leads to Filters, Which Inevitably Lead to Internet "Oligopoly"
With FOSTA Already Leading to Censorship, Plaintiffs Are Seeking Reinstatement Of Their Lawsuit Challenging the Law’s Constitutionality
Massive Database Leak Gives Us a Window into China’s Digital Surveillance State
Don’t Sacrifice Fair Use to the Bots
Stupid Patent of the Month: Veripath Patents Following Privacy Laws
EFF to the inter-American System: If You Want to Tackle “Fake News,” Consider Free Expression First
EFF Implores Nine Companies to Fix It Already!
Fix It Already: Nine Steps That Companies Should Take To Protect You
Antitrust Enforcement Needs to Evolve for the 21st Century
It’s Time for California to Guarantee “Privacy for All”
EFF Supporting California’s Privacy For All Bill, Which Puts People, Not Tech Companies, in Control of Personal Data
Watching the Black Body
ETS Isn't TLS and You Shouldn't Use It
More Consumer Data Privacy Hearings Without Enough Consumer Data Privacy Advocates
Governments Must Face the Facts about Face Surveillance, and Stop Using It
EFF Asks the Supreme Court to Clean Up the Oracle v. Google Mess
Artists Against Article 13: When Big Tech and Big Content Make a Meal of Creators, It Doesn't Matter Who Gets the Bigger Piece
Win in Washington State: Judge Strikes Down Unconstitutional ‘Cyberstalking’ Law Chilling Free Speech
Cyber-Mercenary Groups Shouldn't be Trusted in Your Browser or Anywhere Else
What’s the Emergency? Keeping International Requests for Law Enforcement Access Secure and Safe for Internet Users
The Public Deserves a Return to the 2015 Open Internet Order
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