Deeplinks

Broad Coalition Urges Court Not to Block California’s Net Neutrality Law
Tell the Department of Homeland Security: Stop Collecting DNA and other Biometrics
California Community Leaders Call for Urgent Action on Broadband Access—Add Your Organization to the List
Bust 'Em All: Let's De-Monopolize Tech, Telecoms AND Entertainment
Introducing “YAYA”, a New Threat Hunting Tool From EFF Threat Lab
The Government’s Antitrust Suit Against Google: Go Big and Do It Right
Students Are Pushing Back Against Proctoring Surveillance Apps
How Police Fund Surveillance Technology is Part of the Problem
The Time Has Come to End the PACER Paywall
EFF, CDT Sue Government To Obtain Records About Federal Agencies Pulling Advertising From Platforms
Exposing Your Face Isn't a More Hygienic Way to Pay
A Look-Back and Ahead on Data Protection in Latin America and Spain
Three Interactive Tools for Understanding Police Surveillance
Plaintiffs Continue Effort to Overturn FOSTA, One of the Broadest Internet Censorship Laws
EFF Joins Coalition Urging Senators to Reject the EARN IT Act
What the *, Nintendo? This in-game censorship is * terrible.
Trump’s Ban on TikTok Violates First Amendment by Eliminating Unique Platform for Political Speech, Activism of Millions of Users, EFF Tells Court
Things to Know Before Your Neighborhood Installs an Automated License Plate Reader
Researchers Targeting AI Bias, Sex Worker Advocate, and Global Internet Freedom Community Honored at EFF’s Pioneer Award Ceremony
EFF to EU Commission on Article 17: Prioritize Users’ Rights, Let Go of Filters
Spain’s New Who Defends Your Data Report Shows Robust Privacy Policies But Crucial Gaps to Fill
Workplace Surveillance in Times of Corona
EFF Tells California Supreme Court Not to Require ExamSoft for Bar Exam
California Still Needs Privacy Protections for COVID Tracking Apps
Human Rights and TPMs: Lessons from 22 Years of the U.S. DMCA
Portland’s Fight Against Face Surveillance
Exposure Notification Technology is Ready for Its Closeup
EFF Responds to EU Commission on the Digital Services Act: Put Users Back in Control
Technology Can’t Predict Crime, It Can Only Weaponize Proximity to Policing
COVID-19 Tracking Technology Will Not Save Us
Pass the Payment Choice Act
EFF Pilots an Audio Version of EFFector
Cryptographer and Entrepreneur Jon Callas Joins EFF as Technology Projects Director
It’s Past Time for Coinbase to Issue Transparency Reports
How California’s Assembly Killed The Effort to Expand Broadband for All Californians
Digital Identification Must Be Designed for Privacy and Equity
New Federal Court Rulings Find Geofence Warrants Unconstitutional
California’s Assembly May Do Nothing to Help on Broadband—Thanks to Big ISPs
One Database to Rule Them All: The Invisible Content Cartel that Undermines the Freedom of Expression Online
Voter Advocacy Orgs Sue Trump Administration for Executive Order Threatening Social Media Censorship
Our EU Policy Principles: User Controls
Throwing Out the FTC's Suit Against Qualcomm Moves Antitrust Law in the Wrong Direction
California: Tell Your Senators That Ill-Conceived “Immunity Passports” Won’t Help Us
If Privacy Dies in VR, It Dies in Real Life
Courts Shouldn’t Stifle Patent Troll Victims’ Speech
EFF Sues Texas A&M University Once Again to End Censorship Against PETA on Facebook and YouTube
Proctoring Apps Subject Students to Unnecessary Surveillance
EFF Calls on California Gov. Newsom To Mandate Data Privacy Protections for Californians Who Participate in COVID-19 Contact Tracing Programs
California Must Recognize That Privacy is Vital to Public Health Efforts
California Governor Newsom's Broadband Plan Lays Important Foundation and Opens Possibilities