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The Electronic Frontier Foundation

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.


Congress Must Protect Americans’ Location Privacy

Your smartphone, navigation system, fitness device, and more know where you are most of the time. Law enforcement should need a warrant to access the information these technologies track. Lawmakers have a chance to create warrant requirements for the sensitive location (...)

Friday 17 February 2017

Federal Circuit Sticks By Its Bad Law on Personal Jurisdiction In Patent Cases

Xilinx will get to fight patent troll in home court, but many troll targets will still be dragged to distant and inconvenient forums. If a patent troll threatens your company, can you go to your nearest federal court and ask for a ruling that the patent is invalid or that (...)

Friday 17 February 2017

A Step Forward in Microsoft’s Legal Battle for Transparency about Government Data Requests

Last week, a federal court in Seattle issued a ruling in Microsoft’s ongoing challenge to the law that lets courts impose indefinite gag orders on Internet companies when they receive requests for information about their customers. Judge James Robart—he of recent Washington v. (...)

Friday 17 February 2017

Event This Friday: EFF Talks Constitutional Law at the Internet Archive

This Friday, EFF lawyers and other experts from the field will lead a conversation about constitutional law at the Internet Archive. The event is open to the public, totally free, and will stream live on Facebook for anybody who can't make it in person. Come learn about (...)

Thursday 16 February 2017

Civil Society Condemns Malware Attacks Against Mexican Public Health Advocates

A group of Mexican nutrition policy makers and public health workers have been the latest targets of government malware attacks. According to the New York Times, several public health advocates were targeted by spyware developed by NSO Group, a surveillance software company (...)

Thursday 16 February 2017

San Diego Police Target African American Children for Unlawful DNA Collection

Specifically targeting black children for unlawful DNA collection is a gross abuse of technology by law enforcement. But it’s exactly what the San Diego Police Department is doing, according to a lawsuit just filed by the ACLU Foundation of San Diego & Imperial Counties (...)

Wednesday 15 February 2017

Publishers Still Fighting to Bury Universities, Libraries in Fees for Making Fair Use of Academic Excerpts

On behalf of three national library associations, EFF today urged a federal appeals court for the second time to protect librarians’ and students’ rights to make fair use of excerpts from academic books and research. Nearly a decade ago, three of the largest academic (...)

Monday 13 February 2017

Not Okay: Professor Smeared After Advocating for Election Integrity

Imagine if someone, after reading something you wrote online that they didn’t agree with, decided to forge racist and anti-Semitic emails under your name. This appears to be what happened to J. Alex Halderman, a computer security researcher and professor of computer science (...)

Monday 13 February 2017

“Smart Cities,” Surveillance, and New Streetlights in San Jose

The San Jose City Council is considering a proposal to install over 39,000 “smart streetlights.” A pilot program is already underway. These smart streetlights are not themselves a surveillance technology. But they have ports on top that, in the future, could accommodate (...)

Monday 13 February 2017

FBI Throws Up Digital Roadblock to Transparency

Beginning March 1, FBI Will No Longer Accept FOIA Requests Via Email It’s well documented that the FBI is keen on adopting new technologies that intrude on our civil liberties. The FBI’s enthusiasm for technology, however, doesn’t extend to tools that make it easier for the (...)

Friday 10 February 2017

Heroes for the people, enemies for the state...

Jeremy Hammond
Jeremy
Matt DeHart
Matt
Martin Gottesfeld
Marty
Barrett Brown
Barrett
Higinio Ochoa III
Higinio
Ryan Ackroyd
Ryan
Jake Davis
Jake
Christopher Weatherhead
Christopher
Jon Cowden
Jon
John Anthony Borell III
John
Raynaldo Rivera
Raynaldo
Fidel Salinas
Fidel

Jeremy Hammond, Martin Gottesfeld and Matt DeHart, some of our bravest heroes and activists are now in jail and they need your help...

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