Deeplinks

No to Blockchain Credentials of COVID-19 Test Results for Entry to Public Spaces
FAQ: Why Brazil’s Plan to Mandate Traceability in Private Messaging Apps Will Break User’s Expectation of Privacy and Security
Californians, Sacramento Needs Your Voice on the State's Broadband Future
Digital Rights On the Ground: The View from EFF’s Intake Desk
Sen. Merkley Leads on Biometric Privacy
TikTok Ban: A Seed of Genuine Security Concern Wrapped in a Thick Layer of Censorship
Supporting Digital Freedom at the (Virtual) Summer Security Conferences
EFF and ACLU Tell Federal Court that Forensic Software Source Code Must Be Disclosed
What Really Does and Doesn’t Work for Fair Use in the DMCA
In Historic Opinion, Third Circuit Protects Public School Students’ Off-Campus Social Media Speech
The PACT Act Is Not The Solution To The Problem Of Harmful Online Content
University App Mandates Are The Wrong Call
A Legal Deep Dive on Mexico’s Disastrous New Copyright Law
Mexico's New Copyright Law Undermines Mexico's National Sovereignty, Continuing Generations of Unfair "Fair Trade Deals" Between the USA and Latin America
Disability, Education, Repair and Health: How Mexico's Copyright Law Hurts Self-Determination in the Internet Age
Turkey's New Internet Law Is the Worst Version of Germany's NetzDG Yet
Court Denies EFF, ACLU Effort to Unseal Ruling Rejecting DOJ Effort to Break Encryption
Why EFF Doesn’t Support California Proposition 24
When the U.S. Patent Office Won’t Do Its Job, Congress Should Step In
Mexico's New Copyright Law: Cybersecurity and Human Rights
A Legislative Path to an Interoperable Internet
California Legislator Introduces Anti-Rural Fiber Legislation That Prioritizes DSL
How Mexico's New Copyright Law Crushes Free Expression
San Francisco Police Accessed Business District Camera Network to Spy on Protestors
EFF to Court: Trump Appointee’s Removal of Open Technology Fund Leadership Is Unlawful
Mexico's New Copyright Law Puts Human Rights in Jeopardy
EFF Joins HOPE 2020
EFF and 45 Human Rights and Civil Liberties Groups Condemn Federal Law Enforcement Actions Against Protesters in Portland
EFF Welcomes Cybersecurity Expert Tarah Wheeler to Advisory Board
The PACT Act’s Attempt to Help Internet Users Hold Platforms Accountable Will End Up Hurting Online Speakers
Appeals Court Decision Fails to Protect Privacy of Cryptocurrency Exchange Users
After This Week’s Hack, It Is Past Time for Twitter to End-to-End Encrypt Direct Messages
The American Federal Definition of Broadband Is Both Useless and Harmful
EU Court Again Rules That NSA Spying Makes U.S. Companies Inadequate for Privacy
The International Trade Commission Is Opening the Door to Abusive Patent Owners and Endangering U.S. Businesses
EFF Launches Searchable Database of Police Agencies and the Tech Tools They Use to Spy on Communities
Join EFF's 30th Anniversary Livestream and Party Like It's 1990!
Maine Broadband Privacy Law Passes Early First Amendment Test
Our EU Policy Principles: Platform Liability
EFF To Supreme Court: Violating Terms of Service Isn’t a Crime Under the CFAA
Coalition Against Stalkerware Expands Membership
EFF Joins Coalition Calling 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