EFF Report Shows FBI Is Failing to Address First Amendment Harms Caused By National Security Letters
Victory: San Diego to Suspend Face Recognition Program, Limits ICE Access To Criminal Justice Data
The Senate Judiciary Committee Wants Everyone to Know It’s Concerned About Encryption
Genetic Genealogy Company GEDmatch Acquired by Company With Ties to FBI & Law Enforcement—Why You Should Be Worried
Speaking Freely: An Interview With Biella Coleman
Speaking Freely: An Interview With Rima Sghaier
Strengthen California’s Consumer Data Privacy Regulations
We Need To Save .ORG From Arbitrary Censorship By Halting the Private Equity Buy-Out
Mint: Late-Stage Adversarial Interoperability Demonstrates What We Had (And What We Lost)
Certbot Leaves Beta with the Release of 1.0
The FCC Is Opening up Some Very Important Spectrum for Broadband
How a Patent on Sorting Photos Got Used to Sue a Free Software Group
Sen. Cantwell Leads With New Consumer Data Privacy Bill
EFF Releases Certbot 1.0 to Help More Websites Encrypt Their Traffic
EFF Report Exposes, Explains Big Tech’s Personal Data Trackers Lurking on Social Media, Websites, and Apps
Video: Ruth Taylor Describes Her Win Against an Online Voting Patent
Sanctions, Protests, and Shutdowns: Fighting to Open Iran’s Internet
DEEP DIVE: EFF to DHS: Stop Mass Collection of Social Media Information
About Face: Ending Government Use of Face Surveillance
Nonprofit Community Stands Together to Protect .ORG
Three Political Ad Policies and No Good Answers
Victory: Pennsylvania Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Force You to Tell Them Your Password
Five Senators Join the Fight to Learn Just How Bad Ring Really Is
Finally, the Supreme Court Agrees to Review the Federal Circuit’s Dangerous Decisions in Oracle v. Google
The Intelligence Community Took Months to Respond to a Key Question About Section 215, And It Still Doesn’t Have Any “Legal Conclusion”
House Lawmakers Extend Section 215 into Next Year Even Though They Had Years to Stop Illegal Overcollection of Americans’ Sensitive Data
EFF, Antivirus Companies, and Human Rights Groups Launch Coalition to Combat Stalkerware
The Council of Europe Shouldn’t Throw Out Our Privacy Rights Just to Speed Up Police Access
The FCC Is About to Raise Billions. Congress Should Invest it in Fiber Infrastructure
Federal Judge Issues Historic Opinion for Digital Privacy at the Border
EFF to Court: Don’t Let Private Organizations Control Access to the Law
Submit Your FOIA Horror Stories for The Foilies 2020
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