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Life 2.0 at the San Francisco International Film Festival

EFF is proud to be a presenter of Life 2.0, directed by Jason Spingarn-Koff, at the 53rd San Francisco International Film Festival (April 22- May 6). EFF consulted with the filmmakers during the making of this film. Documented both online and in the real world, Life 2.0 examines the effects...

EFF Joins With Internet Companies and Advocacy Groups to Reform Privacy Law

San Francisco - As part of a broad coalition of privacy groups, think tanks, technology companies, and academics, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today issued recommendations for strengthening the federal privacy law that regulates government access to private phone and Internet communications and records, including cell phone location data. The...

Geek Reading with Evan Ratliff: Shedding Your Identity in the Digital Age

Join EFF for the latest installment of our Geek Reading Series with Evan Ratliff. After writing a story for Wired Magazine about people who attempted to fake their own deaths, he set out to do something similar himself. On August 15 2009, he vanished, and challenged Wired readers to track...

Google Stops its Chinese Censorship

Making good on its promise to stop censoring results of its Chinese language website earlier this year, Google announced on Monday that its uncensored search services are now live. Chinese Internet users searching at google.cn are now redirected to google.com.hk, where its Chinese language results are delivered through its...

Video: EFF Panel on "Architecture Is Policy"

Technology design can maximize or decimate our basic rights to free speech, privacy, property ownership, and creative thought. Earlier this month, EFF board members discussed these societal impacts in a panel at Carnegie Mellon: "Architecture is Policy." The rights and abilities that you have with a particular technology depends on...

EFF Urges Supreme Court to Protect Text-Message Privacy

Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged the United States Supreme Court today to ensure that modern communications methods such as text messages retain the constitutional privacy protections applied to earlier technologies. In an amicus brief in City of Ontario v. Quon, EFF sided with a public employee...

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