Utilities Governed Like Empires
Flex Your Power. Own Your Tech.
The Cryptocurrency Surveillance Provision Buried in the Infrastructure Bill is a Disaster for Digital Privacy
DHS’s Flawed Plan for Mobile Driver’s Licenses
The Bipartisan Broadband Bill: Good, But It Won’t End the Digital Divide
It’s Time for Police to Stop Using ShotSpotter
Disentangling Disinformation: Not as Easy as it Looks
Should Congress Close the FBI’s Backdoor for Spying on American Communications? Yes.
EFF at 30: Freeing the Internet, with Net Neutrality Pioneer Gigi Sohn
EFF Sues U.S. Postal Service For Records About Covert Social Media Spying Program
EFF, ACLU Urge Appeals Court to Revive Challenge to Los Angeles’ Collection of Scooter Location Data
Data Brokers are the Problem
Council of Europe’s Actions Belie its Pledges to Involve Civil Society in Development of Cross Border Police Powers Treaty
Venmo Takes Another Step Toward Privacy
Cheers to the Winners of EFF's 13th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night
India’s Draconian Rules for Internet Platforms Threaten User Privacy and Undermine Encryption
Victory! Californians Can Now Choose Their Broadband Destiny
Pegasus Project Shows the Need for Real Device Security, Accountability, and Redress for Those Facing State-Sponsored Malware
Final Day: Connect to a Brighter Internet ☀️
EFF to Ninth Circuit: Recent Supreme Court Decision in Van Buren Does Not Criminalize Web Scraping
Right or Left, You Should Be Worried About Big Tech Censorship
What Cops Understand About Copyright Filters: They Prevent Legal Speech
Don’t Let Police Arm Autonomous or Remote-Controlled Robots and Drones
The Tower of Babel: How Public Interest Internet is Trying to Save Messaging and Banish Big Social Media
Article 17 Copyright Directive: The Court of Justice’s Advocate General Rejects Fundamental Rights Challenge But Defends Users Against Overblocking
UK's Draft Online Safety Bill Raises Serious Concerns Around Freedom of Expression
Clearview’s Face Surveillance Still Has No First Amendment Defense
DNS Provider Hit With Outrageous Blocking Order – Is Your Provider Next?
The Internet Loses a Champion with the Passing of Sherwin Siy
Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 33.4
Improving Enforcement in State Consumer Privacy Laws
EFF Gets $300,000 Boost from Craig Newmark Philanthropies to Protect Journalists and Fight Consumer Spyware
Greetings from the Internet! Connect with EFF this Summer
The Future Is in Symmetrical, High-Speed Internet Speeds
Victory! Fourth Circuit Rules Baltimore’s Warrantless Aerial Surveillance Program Unconstitutional
EFF is Highlighting LGBTQ+ Issues Year-Round
Supreme Court Narrows Ability to Hold U.S. Corporations Accountable for Facilitating Human Rights Abuses Abroad
Victory! Federal Court Halts Florida’s Censorious Social Media Law Privileging Politicians’ Speech Over Everyday Users
Nominations Open for 2021 Barlows!
Victory! Biden Administration Rescinds Dangerous DHS Proposed Rule to Expand Biometrics Collection
PCLOB “Book Report” Fails to Investigate or Tell the Public the Truth About Domestic Mass Surveillance
Setbacks in the FTC’s Antitrust Suit Against Facebook Show Why We Need the ACCESS Act
A Wide, Diverse Coalition Agrees on What Congress Needs to Do About Our Broadband
EFF to Ecuador's Human Rights Secretariat: Protecting Security Experts is Vital to Safeguard Everyone's Rights
Supreme Court Says You Can’t Sue the Corporation that Wrongly Marked You A Terrorist
Decoding California's New Digital Vaccine Records and Potential Dangers
[VISUAL] The Overlapping Infrastructure of Urban Surveillance, and How to Fix It
Now Is The Time: Tell Congress to Ban Federal Use of Face Recognition
How Big ISPs Are Trying to Burn California’s $7 Billion Broadband Fund
Standing With Security Researchers Against Misuse of the DMCA