The Government’s Indictment of Julian Assange Poses a Clear and Present Danger to Journalism, the Freedom of the Press, and Freedom of Speech
Rep. Thompson Works to Secure Our Elections
Digital Advertising, Consumer Privacy and More
Congress Can End the Digital Divide or Replace It with a Speed Chasm with Its Broadband Infrastructure Bill
Nominations Open for 2019 Barlows!
Broadband Monopolies Are Acting Like Old Phone Monopolies. Good Thing Solutions to That Problem Already Exist
Why We Can’t Support Modifications to Texas’ Anti-SLAPP Law
Reddit Commenter's Fight for Anonynmity Is a Win for Free Speech and Fair Use
Hearing Wednesday: Can Criminal Defendants Review DNA Analysis Software Used to Prosecute Them?
TOSsed Out: Highlighting the Effects of Content Rules Online
EFF Project Shows How People Are Unfairly “TOSsed Out” By Platforms’ Absurd Enforcement of Content Rules
Senator Wyden Leads on Securing Elections Before 2020
EFF Files Freedom of Information (FOIA) Request for Submissions to the White House’s Platform Moderation Tool
California Now Classifies Immigration Enforcement as “Misuse” of Statewide Law Enforcement Network
Supreme Court Extends Antitrust Protections to App Store Customers
What You Need to Know About the Latest WhatsApp Vulnerability
California: Speak Out for the Right to Take Companies That Violate Your Privacy to Court
The Christchurch Call: The Good, the Not-So-Good, and the Ugly
Send a Message to Congress: The Last Thing We Need is More Bad Patents
Why Has San Francisco Allowed Comcast and AT&T to Dictate Its Broadband Future (Or Lack Thereof)?
San Francisco Takes a Historic Step Forward in the Fight for Privacy
Victory! EFF Wins National Security Letter Transparency Lawsuit
YouTube User Fights Unfair Takedown Campaign from UFC
Courts to Government Officials: Stop Censoring on Social Media.
Don’t Let California’s Legislature Extend Broadband Monopolies for Comcast and AT&T
Why Outlawing Cryptocurrency Purchases is a Terrible Idea
Social Media Councils: A Better Way Forward, Window Dressing, or Global Speech Police?
EFF Supports Unnamed Company in Bringing an End to Endless NSL Gag Orders
Consumer Data Privacy Advocates to Senate Committee: Here's How to Protect Consumers
Court Refuses to Keep Patent Licensor's Secrets
Coin Center’s Report Explores Privacy Coins, Decentralized Exchanges, and the First Amendment
Shareholders Demand To Know How Northrop Grumman Will Protect Human Rights While Building Massive DHS Database
Human Rights Watch Reverse-Engineers Mass Surveillance App Used by Police in Xinjiang
San Francisco: Stop Secret Spy Tech and Face Surveillance
EFF to Tenth Circuit: First Amendment Protects Right to Record Police
California: Tell the Senate To Empower You To Protect Your Own Privacy
Media Alert: Court Hearing Monday for Redditor Fighting to Stay Anonymous
Censorship Can't Be The Only Answer to Disinformation Online
Section 230 Is Not A Special “Tech Company” Immunity
We Got U.S. Border Officials to Testify Under Oath. Here’s What We Found Out
New Documents Reveal DHS Asserting Broad, Unconstitutional Authority to Search Travelers’ Phones and Laptops
Media Alert: Court Hearing Wednesday on Law Enforcement Retention of DNA Profiles from Innocent Californians
Content Moderation is Broken. Let Us Count the Ways.
Judge Dodges Legality of NSA Mass Spying, Citing Secrecy Claims
Alvaro Bedoya Highlights the Critical Connection between Civil Liberties and Civil Rights
It’s Now Even Easier To Spot the Surveillance With Updates to EFF’s VR App
Skip the Surveillance By Opting Out of Face Recognition At Airports
The Tillis-Coons patent bill will be a disaster for innovation
Massachusetts Court Blocks Warrantless Access to Real-Time Cell Phone Location Data
End the NSA's Invasive Call Detail Records Program Once and for All