Unchecked Smart Cities are Surveillance Cities. What We Need are Smart Enough Cities.

We can have beautiful cities without turning our cities into surveillance cities. Cities across the U.S.…

Enough is Enough—Let it Expire

On March 15, 2020, Section 215—a provision of FISA with a rich history of government overreach…

Show Support for Digital Rights During Video Calls with EFF Virtual Backgrounds

Want to show your support for EFF while you spend more and more time in video conferences and…

African WhatsApp Modders are the Masters of Worldwide Adversarial Interoperability

Since the earliest days of consumer computing, computer users have asserted their right to have a…

Tattoo Recognition Score Card: How Institutions Handled Unethical Biometric Surveillance Dataset

In response to an EFF campaign started last year, roughly a third  of institutions that we…

Why Is South Korea a Global Broadband Leader?

A universal fiber network that was completed years ago. Millions of 5G users. Some of the…

The Foilies 2020

Recognizing the year’s worst in government transparency “The Ringer,” the first track on Eminem’s 2018 album,…

Tell the Senate: Do Not Shut Down Debate on Mass Surveillance

Despite Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act’s record of illegality and ineffectiveness, the reforms contained in…

Court Orders Hearing in Uniloc’s Patent Case Against Apple to be Conducted by Phone, Citing COVID-19 Risks

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, citing public health efforts to mitigate the…

New ¿Where Is My Data? Report: Five Years of Holding ISPs Accountable in Colombia

Five years have passed since Colombian digital rights NGO Fundación Karisma launched its first annual ¿Dónde…