Deeplinks

Why Slow Networks Really Cost More Than Fiber
How to Identify Visible (and Invisible) Surveillance at Protests
Technical Excellence and Scale
Protecting Your Privacy if Your Phone is Taken Away
EFF Offering Assistance with Attorney Referrals for Protesters
EFF Files Amicus Brief with Top French Court to Bring Down Controversial Avia Bill
When the Senate Talks About the Internet, Note Who They Leave Out
California: Stand Up to Face Surveillance
Join EFF for a Reddit AMA on EARN IT
Surveillance Self-Defense: Attending Protests in the Age of COVID-19
The Executive Order Targeting Social Media Gets the FTC, Its Job, and the Law Wrong
Trump’s Executive Order Threatens to Leverage Government’s Advertising Dollars to Pressure Online Platforms
Sex Worker Rights Advocates Raise the Alarms about EARN IT
Internet Users of All Kinds Should Be Concerned by a New Copyright Office Report
Tech Learning Collective: A Grassroots Technology School Case Study
Trump’s Executive Order Seeks To Have FCC Regulate Platforms. Here’s Why It Won’t Happen
California Cops Can No Longer Pass the Cost of Digital Redaction onto Public Records Requesters
Don’t Mix Policing with COVID-19 Contact Tracing
From Tunis to Minneapolis—and Beyond—Social Media Keeps Us Connected
Dangers of Trump’s Executive Order Explained
Black Lives Matter, Online and in the Streets: Statement from EFF in the Wake of the Police Killings of Breonna Taylor and George Floyd
Immunity Passports Are a Threat to Our Privacy and Information Security
Watch EFF Cybersecurity Director Eva Galperin's TED Talk About Stalkerware
Trump Executive Order Misreads Key Law Promoting Free Expression Online and Violates the First Amendment
EFF to Court: Broadband Privacy Law Passes First Amendment Muster
How Big Tech Monopolies Distort Our Public Discourse
Two Federal COVID-19 Privacy Bills: A Good Start and a Misstep
A Plan to Pay Artists, Encourage Competition, and Promote Free Expression
The House Is Voting on Section 215, Again. The Bill Still Needs More Reform
Hearing Tuesday: EFF Urges California Lawmakers to Pass Fiber Broadband for All Bill To Ensure Full Internet Access For Everyone During the Pandemic and Beyond
EFF to Appeals Court: Reverse Legal Gotchas on Ordinary Internet Activities
EFF to UN Expert on Racial Discrimination: Mass Border Surveillance Hurts Vulnerable Communities
International Proposals for Warrantless Location Surveillance To Fight COVID-19
New Low for a Bad Patent: Patent Troll Sues Ventilator Company
No to California Bill on Verified Credentials of COVID-19 Test Results
COVID-19 Patients’ Right to Privacy Against Quarantine Surveillance
California Prisons Block AI Researchers from Examining Parole Denials
Facebook's Oversight Board: Who (and What) Is Missing From the Picture So Far
Stopping the Google-Fitbit Merger: Your Stories Needed!
Victory! German Mass Surveillance Abroad is Ruled Unconstitutional
Balanced Copyright Rules Can Help Save Lives During the COVID 19 Crisis
Security Expert Tadayoshi Kohno Joins EFF Advisory Board
The House Passed Legislation to Keep People Online Despite COVID-19, And the Senate Should Follow
House Legislation Guarantees Internet Access for Those Affected by COVID-19
Governments Shouldn’t Use “Centralized” Proximity Tracking Technology
Court Upholds Public Right of Access to Court Documents
The Santa Clara Principles During COVID-19: More Important Than Ever
Understandable But Nonetheless Troubling: Facebook's Ban On In-Person Events
The Patent Office Is “Adjusting” to a Supreme Court Ruling by Ignoring It
Unix and Adversarial Interoperability: The ‘One Weird Antitrust Trick’ That Defined Computing