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The T-Mobile and Sprint Merger Is Blatantly Anticompetitive

There is no saving grace for the federal government approving what is on its face an illegal horizontal merger between T-Mobile and Sprint. The wireless market is already highly concentrated according to the Department of Justice’s own guidelines, and this merger only exacerbates the problem. Mergers that bring extreme levels...

BSidesLV 2019: Why Can't We Be Friends (Ask a Fed & the EFF.)

Location: Ground 1234 Do you dance madly on the lip of the volcano regarding your own research, or would like to research a particular topic that you feel might have a non desirable personal outcome? Do you know someone who does these things? If so, you should come to this...
Security Education

Building Community in Brooklyn: A Grassroots Case Study

Grassroots-level organizing has long been an important tool for advancing policy goals and activating a constituency. More importantly, local organizing can provide an avenue through which the skills and knowledge of some are leveraged to support the previously-unmet needs of the wider community. As a member of the ...
Better Digital Future Summer Membership Drive

Thanks for Fighting for a Better Digital Future

We at EFF are deeply grateful to each one of the 2,076 people who gave a donation during our Better Digital Future membership drive. They join the over 30,000 supporters around the world who have answered our call to reclaim the fate of the Internet. Your help allows us to...

Adblocking: How About Nah?

For more than a decade, consumer rights groups (including EFF) worked with technologists and companies to try to standardize Do Not Track, a flag that browsers could send to online companies signaling that their users did not want their browsing activity tracked. Despite long hours and backing from the...

Thank Q, Next

In its next release, Android plans to up its privacy game. But the operating system still caters to ad trackers at its users’ expense. The newest release of Android, dubbed “Q,” is currently in late-stage beta testing and slated for a full release this summer. After a year defined...

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