What is the National Food Strategy and how could it change the way England eats?

What is the National Food Strategy and how could it change the way England eats? Bibiphoto/Shutterstock Reforming England’s food system could save the country £126 billion, according to a recent…

Chile: Amnesty International demands investigations into Carabineros’ former and current Director Generals for human rights violations

Amnesty International published a new video today calling on the Chilean National Prosecutor’s Office to investigate the high command of the Carabineros, specifically the former Director General and the current…

1,000 survivors in the U.K. gain financial independence thanks to HSBC

HSBC U.K. continues to provide a model to other banking institutions with its trafficking survivor services or ‘Survivor Bank’. Launched in 2019, this service allows survivors to open an account…

Cheers to the Winners of EFF's 13th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night

On June 17th, the best legal minds in the Bay Area gathered together for a night filled with tech law trivia—but there was a twist! With in-person events still on…

India’s Draconian Rules for Internet Platforms Threaten User Privacy and Undermine Encryption

The Indian government’s new Intermediary Guidelines and Digital Media Ethics Code (“2021 Rules”) pose huge problems for free expression and Internet users’ privacy. They include dangerous requirements for platforms to…

Final Days: Connect to a Brighter Internet ☀️

We’ve added one more day to EFF’s summer membership drive! Over 900 supporters have answered the call to get the internet right by defending privacy, free speech, and innovation. It’s…

Hungary: The government must provide a meaningful response to the Pegasus scandal

Hungarian journalism non-profit Direkt36 today published a major investigation into the use of NSO Group’s notorious Pegasus spyware in Hungary, revealing that the phones of more than 300 Hungarian nationals…

Extreme heat warning: what first-ever Met Office alert means

Extreme heat warning: what first-ever Met Office alert means Summer 2021 will mark a turning point in how heat is seen by the public and communicated by experts. For the…

When an ancient volcanic ‘supereruption’ caused sudden cooling, early humans got lucky

When an ancient volcanic ‘supereruption’ caused sudden cooling, early humans got lucky The Toba eruption left behind a 100km long lake where the volcano had once been. Clive Oppenheimer, Author…

Pegasus Project: Macron among world leaders selected as potential targets of NSO spyware

New evidence uncovered by the Pegasus Project has revealed that the phone numbers for 14 heads of state, including French President Emmanuel Macron, Pakistan’s Imran Khan and South Africa’s Cyril Ramaphosa, as well as hundreds of government…