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Tenta Browser Now Includes HTTPS Everywhere

Securely browsing the Internet—even when you know what you’re doing—is tough. That’s partly why, nearly seven years ago, EFF worked together with The Tor Project to develop a privacy tool called HTTPS Everywhere, which automatically provides users with secure, encrypted connections to websites when available. While HTTPS Everywhere can be...

Community Groups Doubling Down on Defending Digital Rights

After the 2016 U.S. election, the prospects for digital rights under the incoming administration seemed particularly grim. A silver lining in this dark cloud has been the concerted efforts we’ve seen by groups working to defend digital rights at the local level. Over the past year, a growing network of...

New European Copyright Enforcement Plans Loom Large Even as Users Revolt Against Filter Proposal

EFF has joined over 80 groups in writing once again [PDF] to European politicians about disastrous new EU copyright proposals. Along with human and digital rights organizations, media freedom organizations, publishers, journalists, libraries, scientific and research institutions, educational institutions including universities, creator representatives, consumers, software developers, start-ups, technology businesses...

How to Debug Your Content Blocker for Privacy Protection

Millions of users are trying to protect their privacy from commercial tracking online, be it through their choice of browser, installation of ad and tracker blocking extensions, or use of a Virtual Private Network (VPN). This guide focuses on how to correctly configure the blocking extension in your browser to...

Reno at 20

This year marks the 20th anniversary of the Supreme Court's decision in Reno v. ACLU, which, along with Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act, established the framework for internet free speech and liability that remains in place today in the US. Join EFF Activism Director Rainey Reitman, EFF International...

A Lump of Coal in the Internet’s Stocking: FCC Poised to Gut Net Neutrality Rules

In a new proposal issued last week, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) set out a plan to eliminate net neutrality protections, ignoring the voices of millions of Internet users who weighed in to support those protections. The new rule would reclassify high-speed broadband as an “information service” rather...

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