Federal Court Orders That Patent Troll Can’t Hide Its Machinations
Work with EFF this Summer! Apply to be a 2019 Google Public Policy Fellow
Article 13 and 11 Update: Even The Compromises are Compromised In This Copyright Trainwreck
Don’t Put Robots in Charge of the Internet
Now EVERYBODY Hates the New EU Copyright Directive
Copyright’s Safe Harbors Preserve What We Love About the Internet
Anyone—Even the Government—Can Ask the Patent Office to Review Invalid Patents
Belgium: Say No To Article 13 and 11
Luxembourg: Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive
The EU's Copyright Directive Charm Offensive Pats Europeans On the Head and Tells Them Leave it Up to the Corporations
Sweden — and You! — Can Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive
Poland, Take Action Now: Tell Negotiators to Oppose Article 13 and 11
The Public Domain Is Back, But It Still Needs Defenders
Germans Can Help Save the Internet from the Copyright Directive!
Even the Rightsholders Think Europe’s Article 13 is a Mess, Call for an Immediate Halt in Negotiations
Device ‘Ownership’ Is a Civil Liberties Issue
A Nazi Romance Movie Versus Memes: When Copyright Shuts Down Criticism
It's Copyright Week 2019: Join Us in the Fight for Better Copyright Law and Policy
The Internet is Facing a Catastrophe For Free Expression and Competition: You Could Tip The Balance
Bird Rides Inc. Demands Takedown of News Report on Lawful Re-use of Scooters
The Federal Government Offers a Case Study in Bad Email Tracking
(Don't) Return to Sender: How to Protect Yourself From Email Tracking
Apple Says Patent Troll Case Should Be Dismissed Because [REDACTED] but the Public Should Know Why
An Update on Facebook’s Smear Campaign Against Critics
You Should Have the Right to Sue Companies That Violate Your Privacy
Give Up the Ghost: A Backdoor by Another Name
From Encrypting the Web to Encrypting the Net: A Technical Deep Dive on Using Certbot to Secure your Mailserver
Fair Use Continued to Bear the Weight of Protecting Speech and Innovation: 2018 in Review
The Long Fight to Stop Mass Surveillance: 2018 in Review
Data Privacy Scandals and Public Policy Picking Up Speed: 2018 in Review
Wrangling With Monopolies: 2018 in Review
Where Governments Hack Their Own People and People Fight Back: 2018 in Review
Terrorism Lawsuits Threaten Lawful Speech: 2018 in Review
From Encrypting the Web to Encrypting the Net: 2018 Year in Review
Congress Censors the Internet, But EFF Continues to Fight FOSTA: 2018 in Review
The Year of the GDPR: 2018’s Most Famous Privacy Regulation in Review
Pushing Back Against Backdoors: 2018 Year in Review
Victories in the State Legislatures: 2018 In Review
Year in Review: Airport Surveillance Takes Off in a New, Dangerous Direction
Bloggers and Technologists Whose Voices Are Offline: 2018 in Review
Europe Speeds Ahead on Open Access: 2018 in Review
Investigative Scoops Worth Rereading: Year in Review 2018
EFF's New Logo: 2018 Year in Review
Expression on the Corporate Web: 2018 Year in Review
Grassroots Networks Mobilize From Coast-to-Coast to Promote Digital Rights: 2018 Year in Review
Patent Progress and Its Discontents: 2018 in Review
The Year Without the Open Internet Order: 2018 Year in Review
Can the Government Block Me on Twitter?: 2018 Year in Review
Using Technology to Protect Online Privacy: 2018 Year in Review
Recidivism Risk Assessments Won’t Fix the Criminal Justice System