Deeplinks

The SAFE Tech Act Wouldn't Make the Internet Safer for Users
Virginia's Weak Privacy Bill Is Just What Big Tech Wants
Interoperability Gains Support at House Hearing on Big Tech Competition
EFF joins Dozens of Organizations Urging More Government Transparency
Coded Resistance: Freedom Fighting and Communication
Student Surveillance Vendor Proctorio Files SLAPP Lawsuit to Silence A Critic
How Do Copyright Rules Affect Internet Creators? And What Can They Do About It?
Cops Using Music to Try to Stop Being Filmed Is Just the Tip of the Iceberg
Racial and Immigrant Justice Groups Sue Government for Records of COVID-19 Data Surveillance
EFF to First Circuit: Schools Should Not Be Policing Students’ Weekend Snapchat Posts
Speak Up for Real Privacy in Virginia
EFF to Patent Office: No New Design Patents
Turkey’s Free Speech Clampdown Hits Twitter, Clubhouse -- But Most of All, The Turkish People
Indonesia’s Proposed Online Intermediary Regulation May be the Most Repressive Yet
New EFF Report Shows Cops Used Ring Cameras to Monitor Black Lives Matter Protests
LAPD Requested Ring Footage of Black Lives Matter Protests
Virginians Deserve Better Than This Empty Privacy Law
Victory! EFF Scores Another Win for the Public’s Right of Access against Patent Owner Fighting for Secrecy
EFF, Freedom of the Press Foundation and 22 Other Press Freedom Organizations Call on Attorney General to Drop Assange Prosecution
Some Answers to Questions About the State of Copyright in 2021
Online-Only Vaccine Distribution Will Leave Too Many Behind
Facebook's Latest Proposed Policy Change Exemplifies the Trouble With Moderating Speech at Scale
Incoming Biden Administration Officials Should Change Course on Encryption
Section 1201’s Harm to Security Research Shown by Mixed Decision in Corellium Case
No Secret Evidence in Our Courts
Despite Progress, Metadata Still Under "Second Class" Protection in Latam Legal Safeguards
When Law Enforcement Wants Your Private Communications, What Legal Safeguards Are in Place in Latin America and Spain?
San Francisco Takes Small Step to Establish Oversight Over Business Association Surveillance
Can Government Officials Block You on Social Media? A New Decision Makes the Law Murkier, But Users Still Have Substantial Rights
Amazon Ring’s End-to-End Encryption: What it Means
The Old Media and the New Must Work Together to Preserve Free Speech Values
Arizona High Court Misses Opportunity to Uphold Internet Users’ Online Privacy
It’s Not 230 You Hate, It’s Oligopolies
End Two Federal Programs that Fund Police Surveillance Tech
For Many, the Arab Spring Isn't Over
Twitter and Interoperability: Some Thoughts From the Peanut Gallery
EFF’s Top Recommendations for the Biden Administration
Political Satire Is Protected Speech – Even If You Don’t Get the Joke
Blyncsy’s Patent On Contact Tracing Isn’t A Medical Breakthrough, It’s A Patent Breakdown
Oakland’s Progressive Fight to Protect Residents from Government Surveillance
Why EFF Doesn’t Support Bans On Private Use of Face Recognition
New OCC Rule Is a Win in the Fight Against Financial Censorship
So-called “Consent Searches” Harm Our Digital Rights
It’s Business As Usual At WhatsApp
EFF Welcomes Fourth Amendment Defender Jumana Musa to Advisory Board
Face Surveillance and the Capitol Attack
Beyond Platforms: Private Censorship, Parler, and the Stack
The FCC and States Must Ban Digital Redlining
The Government Has All of the Powers It Needs to Find and Prosecute Those Responsible for the Crimes on Capitol Hill This Week
YouTube, Facebook and TikTok Put Human Rights In Jeopardy in Turkey