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Googles Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where Youve Been

Google's Sensorvault Can Tell Police Where You've Been

eff.org     2+ day ago

Do you know where you were five years ago? Did you have an Android phone at the time? It turns out Google might know--and it might be telling law enforcement. In a new article, th...

The Mueller Report Can   t Be Copyrighted, Is Flagged by Copyright Bots Anyway

The Mueller Report Can t Be Copyrighted, Is Flagged by Copyright Bots Anyway

eff.org     2+ day ago

The Mueller Report Can't Be Copyrighted, Is Flagged by Copyright Bots Anyway Scribd is a service that allows users to upload documents for easy embedding. It's commonly used by jo...

The Ecuadorean Authorities Have No Reason to Detain Free Software Developer Ola Bini

The Ecuadorean Authorities Have No Reason to Detain Free Software Developer Ola Bini

eff.org     3+ day ago

Hours after the ejection of Julian Assange from the London Ecuadorean embassy last week, police officers in Ecuador detained the Swedish citizen and open source developer Ola Bini....

California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event

California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event

eff.org     3+ day ago

California Attorney General Must Investigate Improper Database Searches on Community Observers at Controversial Police Event This is a guest post by Tracy Rosenberg, executive dir...

Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws

Californians Want and Deserve Stronger Privacy Laws

eff.org     3+ day ago

California made strides to protect privacy last year with the California Consumer Privacy Act (CCPA). This year, we want to make sure that the state has tools necessary to make sur...

Nominate a 2019 Pioneer!

Nominate a 2019 Pioneer!

eff.org     4+ day ago

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How Landmark Technology   s Terrible Patent Has Survived

How Landmark Technology s Terrible Patent Has Survived

eff.org     4+ day ago

There's an increasing insistence from the highest echelons of the patent world that patent abuse just isn't a thing anymore. The Director of the U.S. Patent Office, Andre Iancu, ha...

Julian Assanges Prosecution is about Much More Than Attempting to Hack a Password

Julian Assange's Prosecution is about Much More Than Attempting to Hack a Password

eff.org     4+ day ago

The recent arrest of Wikileaks editor Julian Assange surprised many by hinging on one charge: a Computer Fraud and Abuse Act (CFAA) charge for a single, unsuccessful attempt to rev...

Media Alert: EFF Argues Against Forced Unlocking of Phone in Indiana Supreme Court

Media Alert: EFF Argues Against Forced Unlocking of Phone in Indiana Supreme Court

eff.org     5+ day ago

Wabash, IN--At 10 a.m. on Thursday, April 18, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will argue to the Indiana Supreme Court that police cannot force a criminal suspect to turn o...

Victory! Fairfax, Virginia Judge Finds That Local Police Use of ALPR Violates the State   s Data Act

Victory! Fairfax, Virginia Judge Finds That Local Police Use of ALPR Violates the State s Data Act

eff.org     5+ day ago

Thanks to a recent ruling by Fairfax County Circuit Court Judge Robert J. Smith, drivers in Fairfax County, Virginia need not worry that local police are maintaining ALPR records o...

Rise of Web Oligopoly...

Rise of Web Oligopoly...

eff.org     1+ mon ago

German Data Privacy Commissioner Says Article 13 Inevitably Leads to Filters, Which Inevitably Lead to Internet "Oligopoly" German Data Privacy Commissioner Ulrich Kelber is also ...

Web Oligopoly...

Web Oligopoly...

eff.org     1+ mon ago

German Data Privacy Commissioner Says Article 13 Inevitably Leads to Filters, Which Inevitably Lead to Internet "Oligopoly" German Data Privacy Commissioner Ulrich Kelber is also ...

EFF   s Tweet About an Overzealous DMCA Takedown Is Now Subject to an Overzealous Takedown

EFF s Tweet About an Overzealous DMCA Takedown Is Now Subject to an Overzealous Takedown

eff.org     1+ week ago

TorrentFreak's original article about leaked episodes of television does contain a few screenshots of some of the leaked episodes--enough to establish the veracity of the story. It...

Four Steps Facebook Should Take to Counter Police Sock Puppets

Four Steps Facebook Should Take to Counter Police Sock Puppets

eff.org     1+ week ago

Despite Facebook's repeated warnings that law enforcement is required to use "authentic identities" on the social media platform, cops continue to create fake and impersonator acco...

Join EFF and Help Guide Our International Policy Work

Join EFF and Help Guide Our International Policy Work

eff.org     1+ week ago

Do you want to help defend civil liberties around the world? Are you an expert in copyright, intermediary liability, and European lawmaking? A rare opportunity to help guide EFF in...

Don   t Force Web Platforms to Silence Innocent People

Don t Force Web Platforms to Silence Innocent People

eff.org     1+ week ago

The U.S. House Judiciary Committee held a hearing this week to discuss the spread of white nationalism, online and offline. The hearing tackled hard questions about how online plat...

California   s Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen.

California s Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen.

eff.org     1+ week ago

California's Attorney General Wants to Empower People to Protect Their Privacy. Sacramento Legislators Should Listen. California's lawmakers took a much-needed step last year by p...

Government Fights to Trap EFF   s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22

Government Fights to Trap EFF s NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22

eff.org     1+ week ago

Government Fights to Trap EFF's NSA Spying Case in a Catch-22 The U.S. government admits--and, of course, it's common knowledge--that the NSA conducts mass, dragnet surveillance o...

EFF Statement on Assange Indictment and Arrest

EFF Statement on Assange Indictment and Arrest

eff.org     1+ week ago

While the indictment of Julian Assange centers on an alleged attempt to break a password--an attempt that was not apparently successful--it is still, at root, an attack on the publ...

Victory! The House of Representatives Passes Net Neutrality Protections

Victory! The House of Representatives Passes Net Neutrality Protections

eff.org     1+ week ago

In a vote of 232-190, the House of Representatives passed the Save the Internet Act (H.R. 1644). This is a major step forward in the fight for net neutrality protections, and it's ...

Platform Liability Doesn   t     And Shouldn   t

Platform Liability Doesn t And Shouldn t

eff.org     1+ week ago

In April 2018, House Republicans held a hearing on the "Filtering Practices of Social Media Platforms" that focused on misguided claims that Internet platforms like Google, Twitter...

International Policy Director

International Policy Director

eff.org     1+ week ago

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is looking for an experienced digital rights policy expert to help us further EFF's mission around the globe. We're looking for someone who can h...

Victory! Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Latest Threat to Section 230

Victory! Second Circuit Affirms Dismissal of Latest Threat to Section 230

eff.org     1+ week ago

In a victory for online freedom of expression, the Second Circuit has affirmed the dismissal of a dangerous lawsuit that would threaten to undercut what makes the Internet an essen...

Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online Speech

Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online ...

eff.org     1+ week ago

Five Civil Society Organizations Remind Congress: Look to the Supreme Court, Not Silicon Valley CEOs, For Guidance Before Regulating Online Speech New York, San Francisco, and Was...

Facebook Got Caught Phishing For Friends

Facebook Got Caught Phishing For Friends

eff.org     2+ week ago

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EFF   s New    Threat Lab    Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies   And Their Use and Abuse

EFF s New Threat Lab Dives Deep into Surveillance Technologies And Their Use and Abuse

eff.org     2+ week ago

EFF is proud to announce its newest investigative team: the Threat Lab. Using a combination of research skills, the Threat Lab will take a deep dive into how surveillance technolog...

Net Neutrality Bill Passes Crucial Committee Vote

Net Neutrality Bill Passes Crucial Committee Vote

eff.org     2+ week ago

Congress took a big step today toward protecting net neutrality, competition, and privacy for Internet users. The House Energy and Commerce Committee just voted 30-22 to approve an...

FIXED: WhatsApp Rolls Out Group Privacy Settings

FIXED: WhatsApp Rolls Out Group Privacy Settings

eff.org     2+ week ago

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Victory for Users: WhatsApp Fixes Privacy Problem in Group Messaging

Victory for Users: WhatsApp Fixes Privacy Problem in Group Messaging

eff.org     2+ week ago

San Francisco - In a victory for users, has fixed a long-standing privacy problem in group messaging, where users could be added to a group without their permission. The issue was ...

Your Fourth Amendment Rights Should Not be Limited by Terms of Service

Your Fourth Amendment Rights Should Not be Limited by Terms of Service

eff.org     2+ week ago

Last week, we filed an amicus brief in U.S. v. Wilson, a federal appellate case, in which we argued that email providers' terms of service can't limit your Fourth Amendment rights....

Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Speak for the Internet

Mark Zuckerberg Does Not Speak for the Internet

eff.org     2+ week ago

This past weekend, Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg took to the pages of the Washington Post to ask governments and regulators to play a more active role in policing the Internet, and ...

Faulty Court Ruling That Threatens to Gut Groundbreaking Privacy Statute CalECPA Must Be Reversed

Faulty Court Ruling That Threatens to Gut Groundbreaking Privacy Statute CalECPA Must Be Reversed

eff.org     2+ week ago

EFF and the ACLU of Northern California urged a California appeals court last week to reverse a judge's wrongheaded and dangerous ruling that threatens the critical privacy protect...

California   s Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC

California s Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC

eff.org     3+ week ago

California's Legislature Is Contemplating Abandoning Oversight Over Broadband Monopolies Just Like the FCC At a time when we are fighting to keep the future of broadband access fr...

Dont Repeat FOSTAs Mistakes

Don't Repeat FOSTA's Mistakes

eff.org     3+ week ago

Some of the most fruitful conversations we can have are about nuanced, sensitive, and political topics, and no matter who or where we are, the Internet has given us the space to do...

California: Tell Your Legislator Not to Abandon Oversight of the Broadband Monopolies

California: Tell Your Legislator Not to Abandon Oversight of the Broadband Monopolies

eff.org     3+ week ago

California: Tell Your Legislator Not to Abandon Oversight of the Broadband Monopolies At a time when we are fighting to keep the future of broadband access from reverting back tow...

Court Denies EFF Effort to Obtain Classified Significant Surveillance Court Opinions

Court Denies EFF Effort to Obtain Classified Significant Surveillance Court Opinions

eff.org     3+ week ago

A federal court's ruling earlier this week has blunted a key provision of the surveillance reform law that required the government to be more transparent about legal decisions made...

Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance

Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance

eff.org     3+ week ago

Hearing Friday in Jewel NSA Spying Lawsuit: EFF Asks Court to Let Case Proceed to Determine Constitutionality of Mass Surveillance Oakland, California--On Friday, March 29, at 9:0...

Texas: Don   t Let the Legislature Gut Your State   s Free Speech Laws

Texas: Don t Let the Legislature Gut Your State s Free Speech Laws

eff.org     3+ week ago

Texas: Don't Let the Legislature Gut Your State's Free Speech Laws A bill is moving forward in the Texas Legislature that would make it easier to bring baseless lawsuits against I...

EFF Backs Redditor in Fight to Stay Anonymous

EFF Backs Redditor in Fight to Stay Anonymous

eff.org     3+ week ago

San Francisco--The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is representing an anonymous Reddit commenter who is facing an abusive copyright claim from the Watchtower Bible and Tract S...

Real Net Neutrality Protections Passed Their First Vote

Real Net Neutrality Protections Passed Their First Vote

eff.org     3+ week ago

The Save the Internet Act (H.R. 1644) has survived its first vote, 18-11. This is a victory for everyone who wants strong, real net neutrality protections. It is, as is so often th...

EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government   s Use of Privately Developed Technology

EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government s Use of Privately Developed Technology

eff.org     3+ week ago

EFF, Coalition Urge Supreme Court to Maintain Public Access to Government's Use of Privately Developed Technology Some of the most controversial technologies government agencies u...

Why Are Creators Paying for TikTok   s Mistake?

Why Are Creators Paying for TikTok s Mistake?

eff.org     3+ week ago

TikTok is an app that makes it easy for people to make short lip-synching videos, which unsurprisingly makes it a goldmine of creativity and memes. TikTok recently got in hot water...

More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective

eff.org     4+ week ago

More Than 130 European Businesses Tell the European Parliament: Reject the #CopyrightDirective The EU's Copyright Directive will be voted on in the week of March 25 (our sources suggest the vote will...

This Could Be It: Key Polish Political Party Comes Out Against Article 13

eff.org     4+ week ago

With only days to go before the final EU debate and vote on the new Copyright Directive (we're told the debate will be at 0900h CET on Tuesday, 27 March, and the vote will happen at 1200h CET), things...

The U.S. Desperately Needs a Fiber for All Plan

eff.org     4+ week ago

Image with house in middle. On left, everything is grey and brown with one thin wire running underground to the house. On left, blue sky, three thick, bright wires run underground to the house We hav...


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