The Electronic Frontier Foundation # Around the Web

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is the leading nonprofit organization defending civil liberties in the digital world. Founded in 1990, EFF champions user privacy, free expression, and innovation through impact litigation, policy analysis, grassroots activism, and technology development. We work to ensure that rights and freedoms are enhanced and protected as our use of technology grows.

The EFF Gift Guide: What’s Creeping Us Out

EFF doesn’t endorse products. But as Internet-connected products proliferate, ads for them bombard holiday shoppers with promises of a more streamlined life. And they do so (...)

14 December
Facing Criticism from All Sides, EU’s Terrible Copyright Amendments Stumble into the New Year

Today, EU negotiators in Strasbourg struggled to craft the final language of the Copyright in the Single Digital Market Directive, in their last possible meeting for 2019. (...)

13 December
Gigi Sohn, Renowned Public Advocate and Net Neutrality Pioneer, Joins EFF’s Board

EFF is honored to announced that Gigi Sohn, a leading public advocate for the concept that broadband Internet should be open, affordable, and competitive, has joined our board (...)

13 December
Privacy Coalition to Congress: Don’t Dismantle Stronger State Data Privacy Laws

After years of claiming self-regulation would keep them in line, big tech companies spooked by new state data privacy safeguards are now calling for a national privacy law—one (...)

13 December
How HTTPS Everywhere Keeps Protecting Users On An Increasingly Encrypted Web

Way back in 2010, we launched our popular browser extension HTTPS Everywhere as part of our effort to encrypt the web. At the time, the need for HTTPS Everywhere to protect (...)

13 December
The FCC Has Made the Same Mistake for Text Messaging That It Did for Net Neutrality

Almost exactly a year ago, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted to strip net neutrality protections from the Internet and reclassify Internet Service Providers as (...)

12 December
New FCC Data Indicates Future Broadband Access for Most Americans Will Be a Monopoly

The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) produced its first Communications Marketplace Report, a biannual report recently required by Congress, to comprehensively assess (...)

12 December
EFF To U.S. Supreme Court: Rule Carefully In Free Speech Case About Private Operators, State Actors, and the First Amendment

Social media platforms such as Facebook and Twitter provide an opportunity for everyone to have a voice on the Internet, to communicate with friends, post their views, and (...)

12 December
Hardwood Floors, Natural Light and the Right to Choose Your ISP

Your landlord is prohibited from making deals that restrict you to a single video provider, and those prohibitions should apply to your broadband service as well. Yet, across (...)

11 December
Four million Europeans’ signatures opposing Article 13 have been delivered to the European Parliament

Lawmakers in the European Union (EU) often lament the lack of citizen engagement with the complex policy questions that they wrestle with in Strasbourg and Brussels, so we (...)

10 December
Human Rights Groups to Sundar Pichai: Listen to Your Employees and Halt Project Dragonfly

EFF, as part of a coalition of over sixty other human rights groups led by Human Rights Watch and Amnesty International —still have questions for Sundar Pichai, Google’s CEO. (...)

10 December
Social Justice Organizations Challenge Retention of DNA Collected from Hundreds of Thousands of Innocent Californians

California Arrestees’ DNA Profiles Become Part of Federal Database, Accessible to Law Enforcement Across the Country, Even for Those Not Convicted of Any Crime San Francisco - (...)

10 December

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