Four million Europeans' signatures opposing Article 13 have been delivered to the European Parliament
Human Rights Groups to Sundar Pichai: Listen to Your Employees and Halt Project Dragonfly
Social Justice Organizations Challenge Retention of DNA Collected from Hundreds of Thousands of Innocent Californians
TSA’s Roadmap for Airport Surveillance Moves in a Dangerous Direction
Facebook’s Sexual Solicitation Policy is a Honeypot for Trolls
In the New Fight for Online Privacy and Security, Australia Falls: What Happens Next?
New Documents Show That Facebook Has Never Deserved Your Trust
Securing The Institutions We Rely On: A Grassroots Case Study
Amendments to Mauritius' ICT Act Pose Risks for Freedom of Expression
In a Letter To The EU, European Film Companies and Sports Leagues Disavow Article 13, Say It Will Make Big Tech Stronger
Dear Tumblr: Banning "Adult Content" Won't Make Your Site Better But It Will Harm Sex-Positive Communities
Alameda and Contra Costa County Sheriffs Flew Drones Over Protests
Poland saved Europe from ACTA: can they save us from ACTA2?
Privacy Organizations to California Lawmakers: Defend and Strengthen the California Consumer Privacy Act
Tell the Senate Not to Put the Register of Copyrights in the Hands of the President
Sacramento County Welfare Division Terminates Automated License Plate Reader Program
Stupid Patent of the Month: A Patent on Using Mathematical Proofs
Yes, the EU's New #CopyrightDirective is All About Filters
California Is Still Trying to Gag IMDb. We're Telling A New Court: Don't Let It.
EFF Asks Court to Unseal Secret Docket in Case Involving Wiretap of Encrypted Facebook Messenger Calls
Questions We Should Be Asking About Facebook’s Smear Campaign Against Its Critics
Submit Your Nominations for The Foilies 2019
Power Up! Donations Automatically Matched This Week
EFF to Court: Remedy For Bad Content Moderation Isn’t to Give Government More Power to Control Speech
The Expanded DMCA Exemption for Video Game Preservation Grants a Small Victory Amidst the Seventh Triennial Rulemaking
Article 13: If You Want To Force Google to Pay Artists More, Force Google to Pay Artists More
What We're Thankful for at EFF This Year
‘The End of Trust’ – On Sale in Bookstores and Free to Download Now!
Leaks Show Europe's Attempts to Fix the Copyright Directive Are Failing
EFF and MuckRock Release Records and Data from 200 Law Enforcement Agencies' Automated License Plate Reader Programs
Honoring the 2018 Pioneer Award Winners and John Perry Barlow
The Supreme Court Should Confirm, Again, that Abstract Software Patents Don’t Need a Trial to be Proved Invalid
EFF, Human Rights Watch y más de 70 grupos de la sociedad civil solicitan a Mark Zuckerberg que proporcione a todos los usuarios y usuarias un mecanismo para apelar ante la censura de contenidos en Facebook
Federal Researchers Complete Second Round of Problematic Tattoo Recognition Experiments
EFF, Human Rights Watch, and Over 70 Civil Society Groups Ask Mark Zuckerberg to Provide All Users with Mechanism to Appeal Content Censorship on Facebook
EFF to U.S. Department of Commerce: Protect Consumer Data Privacy
EFF's Newest Annual Report
Principles for Corporate Platforms in the Gig Economy
If A Pre-Trial Risk Assessment Tool Does Not Satisfy These Criteria, It Needs to Stay Out of the Courtroom
The Unresolved Issue of Verizon Throttling Santa Clara’s Fire Department Shows Why ISPs Need Rules
What to Do When Voting Machines Fail
EFF Unveils Virtual Reality Tool To Help People Spot Surveillance Devices in Their Communities
Join Us For the Sixth Annual Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
Snowden Files Declaration in NSA Spying Case Confirming Authenticity of Draft Inspector General Report Discussing Unprecedented Surveillance of Americans, Which He Helped Expose
EFF Asks California Supreme Court to Hear Case on Anonymization and the Ability to Access Data Under the California Public Records Act Australia is the Testbed for the World's Most Extreme Copyright Blocks
Google Chrome’s Users Take a Back Seat to Its Bottom Line
Surveillance Targets Deserve Answers About Mysterious Wiretaps
Stupid Patent of the Month: How 34 Patents Worth $1 Led to Hundreds of Lawsuits
The EU's Link Tax Will Kill Open Access and Creative Commons News