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EFF at HOPE XV

As always, EFF is excited to be at HOPE in New York City! HOPE XV will be the fifteenth Hackers On Planet Earth event. Be sure to stop by our booth in the expo hall to learn more about the latest in EFF's fight to protect digital freedom for...

No KOSA, No TikTok Ban | EFFector 36.4

Want to hear about the latest news in digital rights? Well, you're in luck! EFFector 36.4 is out now and covers the latest topics, including our stance on the unconstitutional TikTok ban (spoiler: it's bad), a victory helping Indybay resist an unlawful search warrant and gag order, and thought-provoking comments...

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EFF's 16th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night

On Thursday, June 13th, the Bay Area's best legal minds gather in support of online freedom as we celebrate our 16th Annual Cyberlaw Trivia Night!This event brings lawyers from Bay Area firms and tech companies together in the ultimate battle of mastery over privacy, free speech, and intellectual property law....

Entropic Communications, LLC v. Charter Communications, Inc.

When patent holders use public courts to try to enforce their rights, they do not get to fully shut out the public from those disputes. EFF has repeatedly intervened in patent litigation seeking to vindicate the public's presumptive rights to access court proceedings and records in patent disputes, particularly those...

Maryam Al-khawaja Speaking Freely Project

Speaking Freely: Maryam Al-Khawaja

Maryam Al-Khawaja is a Bahraini Woman Human Rights Defender who works as a consultant and trainer on Human Rights. She is a leading voice for human rights and political reform in Bahrain and the Gulf region. She has been influential in shaping official responses to human rights atrocities in Bahrain...

EFF to California Appellate Court: Reject Trial Judge’s Ruling That Would Penalize Beneficial Features and Tools on Social Media

EFF legal intern Jack Beck contributed to this post.A California trial court recently departed from wide-ranging precedent and held that Snap, Inc., the maker of Snapchat, the popular social media app, had created a “defective” product by including features like disappearing messages, the ability to connect with people through mutual...

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