Deeplinks

Alice Doesn’t Block Good Patents, It Protects the Public By Requiring Real Invention
Equifax Data Breach Update: Backsliding
Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional
EFF Sues DHS to Obtain Information About the Agency’s Use of Rapid DNA Testing on Migrant Families at the Border
What Reporters Should Look For in Latest Facebook Document Leak
EFF Urges Court to Reconsider Decision That Harms Internet Users’ Ability to Protect Themselves Online
With a Raid on Javier Smaldone, Argentinian Authorities Have Restarted Their Harassment of E-Voting Critics
Publishers Should be Making E-Book Licensing Better, Not Worse
FTC Takes Action Against Stalkerware Company Retina-X
Join EFF for Aaron Swartz Day This Weekend at The Internet Archive
Virtual(ly) Private Network: NordVPN’s Breach and the Limitations of VPNs
Transparency Advocates and Environment Defenders Call on California Supreme Court to Review Government Email Deletion Practices
Affordances: Science Fiction About Algorithmic Bias and Technological Resistance
Congress, Remember the 4th Amendment? It’s Time to Stop the U.S.-UK Agreement.
Why Adding Client-Side Scanning Breaks End-To-End Encryption
Phony HTTPS Everywhere Extension Used in Fake Tor Browser
Strengthen California’s Next Consumer Data Privacy Initiative
Facebook Faces Another Congressional Grilling
Nickelback's Record Label Abuses Copyright to Silence Political Speech
Inventergy Backs Away from Nuisance Lawsuit over GPS Patent
Companies Can Still Do More to Protect Privacy in Brazil: Internet Lab Releases Fourth "Who Defends Your Data" Report
The Ethics Board of One of the Largest Vendors of Police Tech Makes the Case Against ALPRs
DNS over HTTPS Will Give You Back Privacy that Big ISPs Fought to Take Away
Private Companies, Government Surveillance Software and Human Rights
Price Setter LLC Falsely Claims Online Ad Invention, Demands Money from Android Devs
What if "Sesame Street" Were Open Access?
Don’t Let Science Publisher Elsevier Hold Knowledge for Ransom
In the Debate Over Online Speech and Security, Let’s Get to the Science
Patents Are About Sharing Information with the Public. Don’t Shroud Them in Secrecy.
Weakening Our System of Patent Challenges Will Hurt Consumers, Unions, and Health Care Providers
How We’re Making Certbot More Usable
Hearing Thursday: EFF Urges Appeals Court to Curb Police Access to ALPR Databases
San Diego’s Face Recognition Program and Collaboration with ICE Needs to Stop
The House Votes in Favor of Disastrous Copyright Bill
EFF and Partners Urge U.S. Lawmakers to Support New DoH Protocol for a More Secure Internet
Apple’s Split Brain: Building Levers for Improved Security or Content Censorship?
EFF to Amazon and Shaq: Stop Pushing Police Partnerships with Doorbell Camera Company
EFF Challenges Ring Spokesperson Shaq Over Privacy Concerns
Ready to Pay $30,000 for Sharing a Photo Online? The House of Representatives Thinks You Are
Tell HUD: Algorithms Shouldn't Be an Excuse to Discriminate
Massachusetts: Tell Your Lawmakers to Press Pause on Government Face Surveillance
Why Fiber is Vastly Superior to Cable and 5G
EFF Urges Congress Not to Dismantle Section 230
Victory! Berkeley City Council Unanimously Votes to Ban Face Recognition
¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos?: Four Years Setting The Bar for Privacy Protections in Latin America and Spain
EFF Defends Section 230 in Congress
Congressional Hearing Wednesday: EFF Will Urge Lawmakers to Protect Important Internet Free Speech Law
Hearing Thursday: EFF’s Rainey Reitman Will Urge California Lawmakers to Balance Needs of Consumers In Developing Cryptocurrency Regulations
Today: Tell Congress Not to Pass Another Bad Copyright Law
One Weird Law That Interferes With Security Research, Remix Culture, and Even Car Repair