Deeplinks

Changing Section 230 Won’t Make the Internet a Kinder, Gentler Place
Emails from 2016 Show Amazon Ring's Hold on the LAPD Through Camera Giveaways
22 Rights Groups Tell PayPal and Venmo to Shape Up Policies on Account Closures
Unconstitutional Florida Law Barring Platforms from Suspending Politicians Should be Blocked, EFF Tells Court
Hearing Tuesday: EFF Testifies Against SFPD for Violating Transparency Policies
The ACCESS ACT Takes a Step Towards a More Interoperable Future
1000 Californians Have Asked Their Representatives To Fix Our Broken Broadband System. Have You?
The GDPR, Privacy and Monopoly
Victory! Dartmouth Ends Unfounded Cheating Investigation After Students, Rights Groups Speak Out
Big Data Profits If We Deregulate HIPAA
15 Universities Have Formed A Company That Looks A Lot Like A Patent Troll
Tracking Global Online Censorship: What EFF Is Doing Next
EFF Files Amicus Brief Defending the Right to Repair in Massachusetts
EFF and FSFP to Court: When Flawed Electronic Voting Systems Disenfranchise Voters, They Should Be Able to Challenge That with Access to the Courts
A Year of Action in Support of the Black-Led Movement Against Police Violence and Racism
Global Law Enforcement Convention Weakens Privacy & Human Rights
Civil Society Groups Seek More Time to Review, Comment on Rushed Global Treaty for Intrusive Cross Border Police Powers
VICTORY: You Can Now Make Your Venmo Friends List Private. Here’s How.
Ring Changed How Police Request Door Camera Footage: What it Means and Doesn’t Mean
Maryland and Montana Pass the Nation’s First Laws Restricting Law Enforcement Access to Genetic Genealogy Databases
Security Tips for Online LGBTQ+ Dating
Facebook's Policy Shift on Politicians Is a Welcome Step
Where to See the EFF Staff at RightsCon 2021
The Safe Connections Act Would Make It Easier to Escape Domestic Violence
Van Buren is a Victory Against Overbroad Interpretations of the CFAA, and Protects Security Researchers
California Has $7 Billion for Broadband. Sacramento May Just Sit On It
Organizing in the Public Interest: MusicBrainz
If Not Overturned, a Bad Copyright Decision Will Lead Many Americans to Lose Internet Access
Supreme Court Overturns Overbroad Interpretation of CFAA, Protecting Security Researchers and Everyday Users
The EU Commission's Refuses to Let Go of Filters
Why Indian Courts Should Reject Traceability Obligations
PayPal Shuts Down Long-Time Tor Supporter with No Recourse
Your Avatar is You, However You See Yourself, and You Should Control Your Experience and Your Data
EFF at 30: Surveillance Is Not Obligatory, with Edward Snowden
Newly Released Records Show How Trump Tried to Retaliate Against Social Media For Fact-Checking
Chile’s New “Who Defends Your Data?” Report Shows ISPs’ Race to Champion User Privacy
European Court on Human Rights Bought Spy Agencies’ Spin on Mass Surveillance
Amid Systemic Censorship of Palestinian Voices, Facebook Owes Users Transparency
Activists Mobilize to Fight Censorship and Save Open Science
EFF Sues Police Standards Agency to Obtain Use of Force Training Materials
Washington State Has Sued a Patent Troll For Violating Consumer Protection Laws
Fighting Disciplinary Technologies
#ParoNacionalColombia and Digital Security Considerations for Police Brutality Protests
Community Control of Police Spy Tech
Help Bring Dark Patterns To Light
Coalition Launches ‘Dark Patterns’ Tip Line to Expose Deceptive Technology Design
Lawsuit Against Snapchat Rightfully Goes Forward Based on “Speed Filter,” Not User Speech
EFF tells California Court that Forensic Software Source Code Must Be Disclosed to the Defendant
President Biden Revokes Unconstitutional Executive Order Retaliating Against Online Platforms
Victory! California City Drops Lawsuit Accusing Journalists of Violating Computer Crime Law