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Visa Wants to Buy Plaid, and With It, Transaction Data for Millions of People
Let’s Stand Up for Home Hacking and Repair
Victory! Court Protects Anonymity of Security Researchers Who Reported Apparent Communications Between Russian Bank and Trump Organization
Podcast Episode: Control Over Users, Competitors, and Critics
The FCC’s Independence and Mission Are at Stake with Trump Nominee
ICANN Can Stand Against Censorship (And Avoid Another .ORG Debacle) by Keeping Content Regulation and Other Dangerous Policies Out of Its Registry Contracts
Once Again, Facebook Is Using Privacy As A Sword To Kill Independent Innovation
Video Analytics User Manuals Are a Guide to Dystopia
Introducing Cover Your Tracks!
Find Out How Ad Trackers Follow You On the Web With EFF’s “Cover Your Tracks” Tool
macOS Leaks Application Usage, Forces Apple to Make Hard Decisions
Podcast Episode: Fixing a Digital Loophole in the Fourth Amendment
GitHub Reinstates youtube-dl After RIAA’s Abuse of the DMCA
Computer Security Experts Urge White House to Keep Politics Out of Election Security
Elections Are Partisan Affairs. Election Security Isn't.
EFF Publishes New Research on Real-Time Crime Centers in the U.S.
EFF Urges Universities to Commit to Transparency and Privacy Protections For COVID-19 Tracing Apps
InternetLab’s Report Sets Direction for Telecom Privacy in Brazil
End University Mandates for COVID Tech
Don’t Blame Section 230 for Big Tech’s Failures. Blame Big Tech.
Tell Trump’s Patent Office Director: Don’t Make Permanent Rule Changes Now
Podcast Episode: The Secret Court Approving Secret Surveillance
Podcast Episode: Why Does My Internet Suck?
Asleep at the Wheel: Why Didn't Carmakers Prepare for Massachusetts' Right to Repair Law?
Join Us for 2020's Virtual Aaron Swartz Day Hackathon
Introducing “How to Fix the Internet,” a New Podcast from EFF
Election Security: When to Worry, When to Not, and the Takeaway from Antrim County, Michigan
10 Years of HTTPS Everywhere
Clearview’s Faceprinting is Not Sheltered from Biometric Privacy Litigation by the First Amendment
RIAA Abuses DMCA to Take Down Popular Tool for Downloading Online Videos
Ink-Stained Wretches: The Battle for the Soul of Digital Freedom Taking Place Inside Your Printer
How to Identify Visible (and Invisible) Surveillance at Protests
In an Uncertain World, EFF Will Always Support the Users
Turkey Doubles Down on Violations of Digital Privacy and Free Expression
Police Will Pilot a Program to Live-Stream Amazon Ring Cameras
No Police Body Cams Without Strict Safeguards
The Cost of the “New Way to Message on Instagram”
The Github youtube-dl Takedown Isn't Just a Problem of American Law
Now and Always, Platforms Should Learn From Their Global User Base
When Academic Freedom Depends on the Internet, Tech Infrastructure Companies Must Find the Courage to Remain Neutral
IPANDETEC’s Report on Panama’s ISPs Show Improvements But More Work Needed to Protect Users’ Privacy
Congress Fails to Ask Tech CEOs the Hard Questions
Tell Us How You Want to Modify and Repair the Devices in Your Life
It’s Time to Kick Patent Trolls Out of the International Trade Commission
Antitrust Suit Against Google is a Watershed Moment
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EFF Files Amicus Brief Arguing That Law Enforcement Access to Wi-Fi Derived Location Data Violates the Fourth Amendment
The Last Smash and Grab at the Federal Communications Commission
Facebook’s Election-Week War on Accountability is Wrong, Wrong, Wrong
Defending Fair Use in the Omegaverse