Podcast Episode: Data Doppelgängers
The U.K. Paid $724,000 For A Creepy Campaign To Convince People That Encryption is Bad. It Won’t Work.
Digital Rights Updates with EFFector 34.1
DSA: EU Parliament Vote Ensures a Free Internet, But a Final Regulation Must Add Stronger Privacy Protections
EFF Sues the U.S. State Department over Documents Related to Activist Leila Khaled
In the Internet Age, Copyright Law Does Far More Than Antitrust to Shape Competition
Fact-Checking, COVID-19 Misinformation, and the British Medical Journal
Copyright Shouldn’t Stand in the Way of Your Right to Repair
Podcast Episode: How Private is Your Bank Account?
Welcome to the Public Domain, Winnie-the-Pooh
It’s Copyright Week 2022: Ten Years Later, How Has SOPA/PIPA Shaped Online Copyright Enforcement?
EFF Asks Appeals Court to Rule DMCA Anti-Circumvention Provisions Violate First Amendment
EFF Threat Lab’s “apkeep” APK Downloader, Now More Capable and Available in More Places
San Francisco Police Illegally Used Surveillance Cameras at the George Floyd Protests. The Courts Must Stop Them
Nearly 130 Public Interest Organizations and Experts Urge the United Nations to Include Human Rights Safeguards in Proposed UN Cybercrime Treaty
VICTORY: Google Releases “disable 2g” Feature for New Android Smartphones
Livestreamed Hearing Friday: EFF Will Ask Court to Issue Judgment Against SFPD for Illegally Spying on Protesters Marching in Support of Black Lives
Court Orders Authorizing Law Enforcement To Track People’s Air Travels In Real Time Must Be Made Public
Standing Up For Privacy In New York State
Podcast Episode: Algorithms for a Just Future