Google’s FLoC Is a Terrible Idea

The third-party cookie is dying, and Google is trying to create its replacement.  No one should…

The Justice in Policing Act Does Not Do Enough to Rein in Body-Worn Cameras

Reformers often tout police use of body-worn cameras (BWCs) as a way to prevent law enforcement…

Officials in Baltimore and St. Louis Put the Brakes on Persistent Surveillance Systems Spy Planes

Baltimore, MD and St. Louis, MO, have a lot in common. Both cities suffer from declining…

What the AT&T Breakup Teaches Us About a Big Tech Breakup

The multi-pronged attempt by state Attorneys General, the Department of Justice, and the Federal Trade Commission…

Federal Court Agrees: Prosecutors Can’t Keep Forensic Evidence Secret from Defendants

When the government tries to convict you of a crime, you have a right to challenge…

From Creativity to Exclusivity: The German Government's Bad Deal for Article 17

The implementation process of Article 17 (formerly Article 13) of the controversial Copyright Directive into national…

The SAFE Tech Act Wouldn't Make the Internet Safer for Users

Section 230, a key law protecting free speech online since its passage in 1996, has been…

Virginia's Weak Privacy Bill Is Just What Big Tech Wants

Virginia’s legislature has passed a bill meant to protect consumer privacy—but the bill, called the Virginia…

Interoperability Gains Support at House Hearing on Big Tech Competition

With a new year and a new Congress, the House of Representatives’ subcommittee covering antitrust has…

EFF joins Dozens of Organizations Urging More Government Transparency

EFF has joined 42 other organizations, including the ACLU, the Knight Institute, and the National Security…