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NetChoice Must-Carry Litigation

The Supreme Court is considering the validity of two state laws that allows the government to dictate what speech and viewpoints online social media service must publish. The laws enacted by Texas and Florida violate the First Amendment and will lead to greater censorship of users' speech and the loss...

Members- Only Speakeasy

EFF Members' Speakeasy: Seattle

Join EFF staff and local online rights supporters for a Speakeasy meetup! Raise a glass and discover EFF's latest work defending digital freedoms online. This event is a free, casual gathering to give you a chance to mingle with local EFF supporters and meet the lawyers, activists, and technologists behind...

How Political Campaigns Use Your Data to Target You

Data about potential voters—who they are, where they are, and how to reach them—is an extremely valuable commodity during an election year. And while the right to a secret ballot is a cornerstone of the democratic process, your personal information is gathered, used, and sold along the way. It's not...

Hamadallah portrait, Speaking Freely

Speaking Freely: Lynn Hamadallah

Lynn Hamadallah is a Syrian-Palestinian-French Psychologist based in London. An outspoken voice for the Palestinian cause, Lynn is interested in the ways in which narratives, spoken and unspoken, shape identity. Having lived in five countries and spent a lot of time traveling, she takes a global perspective on freedom of...
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EFF Submits Comments on FRT to Commission on Civil Rights

Our faces are often exposed and, unlike passwords or pin numbers, cannot be remade. Governments and businesses, often working in partnership, are increasingly using our faces to track our whereabouts, activities, and associations. This is why EFF recently submitted comments to the U.S. Commission on Civil Rights, which is preparing...

What Does EFF Mean to You?

We could go on for days talking about all the work EFF does to ensure that technology supports freedom, justice, and innovation for all people of the world. In fact, we DO go on for days talking about it — but we’d rather hear from you. What does EFF mean...

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