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Year-End Challenge for Online Rights

You weathered a year that pressed the limits of endurance. But thankfully, the more we leaned on technology to stay connected, the harder EFF members fought to protect privacy, security, and free expression. This collective mission is more meaningful than ever, and you can keep us going strong.If you donate...

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At Home (and On Campus) with EFF

Responding to the COVID-19 pandemic, colleges have rushed to adopt new practices and new technologies —sometimes creating a serious threat to the civil liberties of students and workers on campus. Join EFF for a live streamed video discussion about how mandated COVID apps can compromise our security and privacy,...

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The U.S. Government Is Targeting Cryptocurrency to Expand the Reach of Its Financial Surveillance 

One of the most important aspects of cryptocurrencies from a civil liberties perspective is that they can provide privacy protections for their users. But EFF is concerned that the U.S. government has been increasingly taking steps to undermine the anonymity of cryptocurrency transactions and importing the widespread financial surveillance of...

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EFF's 4th Annual Tech Trivia Night

UPDATE: After extensive discussion, EFF has decided to postpone this year’s Tech Trivia Night to help prevent the spread of COVID-19. We hope to reschedule for later this year.News regarding upcoming EFF events can be found on our events page, and updates will be announced via...

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CES 2021

EFF is proud to support the all-digital CES 2021! Register now to chat with exhibitors and partners, set up personal meetings and make deals—let’s get 2021 off to a productive and rewarding start.Register by January 3 to receive early-bird pricing—$149 to access the digital venue until February 15....


European Commission’s Proposed Digital Services Act Got Several Things Right, But Improvements Are Necessary to Put Users in Control

The European Commission is set to release today a draft of the Digital Services Act, the most significant reform of European Internet regulations in two decades. The proposal, which will modernize the backbone of the EU’s Internet legislation—the e-Commerce Directive—sets out new responsibilities and rules for how Facebook, Amazon,...


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