Eleven Teams Entered EFF's Third Annual Tech Trivia. Three Left (Victorious).
California's Assembly Privacy Committee Will Consider Only Industry Bills
Google's Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You've Been
California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event
Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws
The Ecuadorean Authorities Have No Reason to Detain Free Software Developer Ola Bini
How Landmark Technology’s Terrible Patent Has Survived
Julian Assange's Prosecution is about Much More Than Attempting to Hack a Password
Media Alert: EFF Argues Against Forced Unlocking of Phone in Indiana Supreme Court
Victory! Fairfax, Virginia Judge Finds That Local Police Use of ALPR Violates the State’s Data Act
EFF’s Tweet About an Overzealous DMCA Takedown Is Now Subject to an Overzealous Takedown
Four Steps Facebook Should Take to Counter Police Sock Puppets
Don’t Force Web Platforms to Silence Innocent People
Join EFF and Help Guide Our International Policy Work
Government Fights to Trap EFF’s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22
California’s Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen.
EFF Statement on Assange Indictment and Arrest
Victory! The House of Representatives Passes Net Neutrality Protections
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation’s Ride Tracking Pilot is Out of Control
Platform Liability Doesn’t – And Shouldn’t - Depend on Content Moderation Practices
Victory! Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Latest Threat to Section 230
Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online Speech
Facebook Got Caught Phishing For Friends
EFF’s New ‘Threat Lab’ Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies—And Their Use and Abuse
Net Neutrality Bill Passes Crucial Committee Vote
Victory for Users: WhatsApp Fixes Privacy Problem in Group Messaging
FIXED: WhatsApp Rolls Out Group Privacy Settings
Your Fourth Amendment Rights Should Not be Limited by Terms of Service
Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Speak for the Internet
Faulty Court Ruling That Threatens to Gut Groundbreaking Privacy Statute CalECPA Must Be Reversed
Don’t Buy California’s Callous Attempt to Ignore People’s DNA Privacy Rights, EFF Tells Court
California’s Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC
Don't Repeat FOSTA's Mistakes
Court Denies EFF Effort to Obtain Classified Significant Surveillance Court Opinions
Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance
Texas: Don’t Let the Legislature Gut Your State’s Free Speech Laws
EFF Backs Redditor in Fight to Stay Anonymous
Real Net Neutrality Protections Passed Their First Vote
EU’s Parliament Signs Off on Disastrous Internet Law: What Happens Next?
EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government’s Use of Privately Developed Technology
Why Are Creators Paying for TikTok’s Mistake?
To Search Through Millions of License Plates, Police Should Get a Warrant
The U.S. Desperately Needs a “Fiber for All” Plan
This Could Be It: Key Polish Political Party Comes Out Against Article 13
Congress Has a Chance to Finally End the NSA’s Mass Telephone Records Program
Who Defends Your Data? Report Reveals Peruvian ISPs Progress on User Privacy, Still Room for Improvement
The Best of Europe’s Web Went Dark Today. We Can’t Let That Be Our Future.
More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective
EFF Submits Consumer Data Privacy Comment to the California Attorney General
The European Copyright Directive: What Is It, and Why Has It Drawn More Controversy Than Any Other Directive In EU History?