Congress Should Not Rush to Regulate Deepfakes
The FCC Is Siding With Landlords and Comcast Over Tenants Who Want Broadband Choices
Hearing Wednesday: California Should Audit Use of License Plate Data
California’s ISP Deregulation Law Allows Recording VoIP Calls without Consent
Sen. Hawley’s “Bias” Bill Would Let the Government Decide Who Speaks
Massachusetts Can Become a National Leader to Stop Face Surveillance
The Lofgren-Amash Amendment Would Check Warrantless Surveillance
Certbot's Website Gets a Refresh
EFF's Recommendations for Consumer Data Privacy Laws
Congress Should Pass the Protecting Data at the Border Act
Details of Justice Department Efforts To Break Encryption of Facebook Messenger Must Be Made Public, EFF Tells Court
Experts Warn Congress: Proposed Changes to Patent Law Would Thwart Innovation
Social Media Platforms Increase Transparency About Content Removal Requests, But Many Keep Users in the Dark When Their Speech Is Censored, EFF Report Shows
EFF to U.N.: Ola Bini's Case Highlights The Dangers of Vague Cybercrime Law
How LBS Innovations Keeps Trying to Monopolize Online Maps
EFF’s Newest Advisory Board Member: Michael R. Nelson
California: No Face Recognition on Body-Worn Cameras
Five California Cities Are Trying to Kill an Important Location Privacy Bill
EFF and Open Rights Group Defend the Right to Publish Open Source Software to the UK Government
Hearing Tuesday: EFF Will Voice Support For California Bill Reining In Law Enforcement Use of Facial Recognition
Adversarial Interoperability: Reviving an Elegant Weapon From a More Civilized Age to Slay Today's Monopolies
Same Problem, Different Day: Government Accountability Office Updates Its Review of FBI’s Use of Face Recognition—and It’s Still Terrible
30 Years Since Tiananmen Square: The State of Chinese Censorship and Digital Surveillance
EFF Tells Congress: Don’t Throw Out Good Patent Laws
Hearing Today: EFF Staff Attorney Alex Moss Will Testify About Proposed Changes to Patent Law That Will Benefit Trolls, Foster Bad Patents
Caught in the Net: The Impact of ‘Extremist’ Speech Regulations on Human Rights Content
Research Shows Publishers Benefit Little From Tracking Ads
The Impact of "Extremist" Speech Regulations on Human Rights Content
AT&T Sues California to Prevent Oversight Over IP Based 911 Calls Using State Law AT&T Supported and Wants Renewed
A Terrible Patent Bill is On the Way
EFF Receives $300,000 Donation from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to Support Threat Lab
Fines Aren’t Enough: Here’s How the FTC Can Make Facebook Better
EFF Asks San Bernardino Court to Review Cell-Site Simulator and Digital Search Warrants That Are Likely Improperly Sealed
If Regulators Won’t Stop The Sale of Cell Phone Users’ Location Data, Consumers Must
The Government’s Indictment of Julian Assange Poses a Clear and Present Danger to Journalism, the Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Speech
Rep. Thompson Works to Secure Our Elections
Digital Advertising, Consumer Privacy and More
Congress Can End the Digital Divide or Replace It with a Speed Chasm with Its Broadband Infrastructure Bill
Nominations Open for 2019 Barlows!
Broadband Monopolies Are Acting Like Old Phone Monopolies. Good Thing Solutions to That Problem Already Exist
Why We Can’t Support Modifications to Texas’ Anti-SLAPP Law
Reddit Commenter's Fight for Anonymity Is a Win for Free Speech and Fair Use
Hearing Wednesday: Can Criminal Defendants Review DNA Analysis Software Used to Prosecute Them?
TOSsed Out: Highlighting the Effects of Content Rules Online
EFF Project Shows How People Are Unfairly “TOSsed Out” By Platforms’ Absurd Enforcement of Content Rules
Senator Wyden Leads on Securing Elections Before 2020
EFF Files Freedom of Information (FOIA) Request for Submissions to the White House’s Platform Moderation Tool
California Now Classifies Immigration Enforcement as “Misuse” of Statewide Law Enforcement Network
Supreme Court Extends Antitrust Protections to App Store Customers
What You Need to Know About the Latest WhatsApp Vulnerability