End Two Federal Programs that Fund Police Surveillance Tech
For Many, the Arab Spring Isn't Over
Twitter and Interoperability: Some Thoughts From the Peanut Gallery
EFF’s Top Recommendations for the Biden Administration
Political Satire Is Protected Speech – Even If You Don’t Get the Joke
Blyncsy’s Patent On Contact Tracing Isn’t A Medical Breakthrough, It’s A Patent Breakdown
Oakland’s Progressive Fight to Protect Residents from Government Surveillance
Why EFF Doesn’t Support Bans On Private Use of Face Recognition
New OCC Rule Is a Win in the Fight Against Financial Censorship
So-called “Consent Searches” Harm Our Digital Rights
It’s Business As Usual At WhatsApp
EFF Welcomes Fourth Amendment Defender Jumana Musa to Advisory Board
Face Surveillance and the Capitol Attack
Beyond Platforms: Private Censorship, Parler, and the Stack
The FCC and States Must Ban Digital Redlining
The Government Has All of the Powers It Needs to Find and Prosecute Those Responsible for the Crimes on Capitol Hill This Week
YouTube, Facebook and TikTok Put Human Rights In Jeopardy in Turkey
California City’s Effort to Punish Journalists For Publishing Documents Widely Available Online is Dangerous and Chilling, EFF Brief Argues
ACLU, EFF, and Tarver Law Offices Urge Supreme Court to Protect Against Forced Disclosure of Phone Passwords to Law Enforcement
EFF's Response to Social Media Companies' Decisions to Block President Trump’s Accounts
Police Robots Are Not a Selfie Opportunity, They’re a Privacy Disaster Waiting to Happen
Oakland Privacy and the People of Vallejo Prevail in the Fight For Surveillance Accountability
COVID-19 and Surveillance Tech: Year in Review 2020
EFF to FinCEN: Stop Pushing For More Financial Surveillance
EFF Statement on British Court’s Rejection of Trump Administration’s Extradition Request for Wikileaks’ Julian Assange
Video Hearing Tuesday: ACLU, EFF Urge Court to Require Warrants for Border Searches of Digital Devices
A Smorgasbord of Bad Takedowns: 2020 Year in Review
Banning Government Use of Face Recognition Technology: 2020 Year in Review
DNS, DoH, and ODoH, Oh My: Year-in-Review 2020
Defending Your Rights in Every Reality: Year in Review 2020
Questions Remain About Pretrial Risk-Assessment Algorithms: Year in Review 2020
Litigation Against Mass NSA Surveillance: Year in Review 2020
Fighting Abusive Patent Litigation During a Year of Health Crisis: 2020 Year In Review
Competitive Compatibility: Year in Review 2020
EFF’s Work in State Legislatures: Year In Review 2020
Student Privacy and the Fight to Keep Spying Out of Schools: Year in Review 2020
Section 215 Expired: Year in Review 2020
EFF Members Rise Up: 2020 Year in Review
In 2020, Congress Threatened Our Speech and Security With the “EARN IT” Act
What Comes Next for the Santa Clara Principles: 2020 in Review
Surveillance Self-Defense and Security Education: Year in Review 2020
The U.S. Internet Is Being Starved of Its Potential: 2020 in Review
EU and the Digital Services Act: 2020 Year in Review
Snowden: "We Can Fix a Broken System"
High Tech Police Surveillance of Protests and Activism: Year in Review 2020
How COVID Changed Content Moderation: Year in Review 2020
How We Saved .ORG: 2020 in Review
2020 in Review
ExamSoft Flags One-Third of California Bar Exam Test Takers for Cheating
The CASE Act Is Just the Beginning of the Next Copyright Battle