Innocent Users Have the Most to Lose in the Rush to Address Extremist Speech Online
Facebook's Social Media Council Leaves Key Questions Unanswered
EFF to Observe at United Nations General Assembly Leaders' Week Event
Hearing Friday: Plaintiffs Challenging FOSTA Ask Court to Reinstate Lawsuit Seeking To Block Its Enforcement
Thanks For Helping Us Defend the California Consumer Privacy Act
Big Tech’s Disingenuous Push for a Federal Privacy Law
Facebook Must Better Limit Its Face Surveillance
Don't Let Congress Hand Patent Abusers Their Ultimate Wishlist
EFF's 2019 Pioneer Awards Winner Remarks and Speeches
Victory! Individuals Can Force Government to Purge Records of Their First Amendment Activity
Encrypted DNS Could Help Close the Biggest Privacy Gap on the Internet. Why Are Some Groups Fighting Against It?
EFF to Third Circuit: Off-Campus Student Social Media Posts Entitled to Full First Amendment Protection
Victory! California Senate Votes Against Face Surveillance on Police Body Cams
With the Intimidation of Tech Expert, Ola Bini Case Hits A New Low
That Time EFF Got a Copyright Takedown Demand
Congress Continues to Ignore the Dangerous Flaws of the CASE Act
New Report Finds Border Communities Inundated with Surveillance Technologies
Victory! California's Legislature Pulls AT&T and Comcast Bill That Protected Their Monopolies
Victory! Ruling in hiQ v. Linkedin Protects Scraping of Public Data
Watering Holes and Million Dollar Dissidents: the Changing Economics of Digital Surveillance
New Chair of EFF’s Board of Directors: Renowned Legal Expert Pamela Samuelson
Americans Deserve Their Day in Court About NSA Mass Surveillance Programs
EFF's DEF CON 27 T-Shirt Puzzle
Facebook's Dating Service is Full of Red Flags
Key California Officials Join the Voices Opposing Broadband Deregulation Law
Facebook Is Changing Its Face Recognition Settings. We Have Questions.
Remembering Gene Crick, Digital Rights Pioneer
Lawmakers Must Not Listen to the Internet Association and Weaken the California Consumer Privacy Act
The Stronger Patents Act Would Make Bad Patents Stronger Than Ever
Suit Against Pharmacy Groups Uses Antitrust as a Weapon Against Unaccountable Online Censorship
As Ola Bini Prosecutors Wrap Up Investigation, Amnesty Calls Out Human Rights Violations in His Case
Don't Play in Google's Privacy Sandbox
Harvard Student’s Deportation Raises Concerns About Border Device Searches and Social Media Surveillance
Five Concerns about Amazon Ring’s Deals with Police
EFF and Mozilla Release Public Letter to Venmo
EFF and Mozilla to Venmo: Clean Up Your Privacy Settings
California Has No Broadband Plan for the Future While The World Marches Ahead
EFF Sues DHS To Uncover Information About Border Agents Using GPS Devices Without a Warrant To Track Vehicles
U.S. Export Controls and “Published” Encryption Source Code Explained
There Are No Magic Words That You Can Post to Change Instagram’s Terms of Service
Telnet Is Not A Crime: Unconvincing Prosecution Screenshot Leaked in Ola Bini Case
Ninth Circuit Goes a Step Further to Protect Privacy in Border Device Searches
Browsers Take a Stand Against Kazakhstan’s Invasive Internet Surveillance
YouTube's New Lawsuit Shows Just How Far Copyright Trolls Have to Go Before They're Stopped
The DOJ Should Keep Its Historic Role Guarding Competition and Innovation in the Music Business
Communities Across the Country Reject Automated License Plate Readers
Apple's New WebKit Policy Takes a Hard Line for User Privacy
Don't Renew Section 215 Indefinitely
IPANDETEC Rates Panama’s ISPs in its First ¿Quién Defiende Tus Datos? Report
Court Rules That “Patent Troll” is Opinion, Not Defamation