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Jewel v. NSA: Americans (Still) Deserve Their Day in Court

With little explanation, the Ninth Circuit today affirmed the district court’s decision dismissing our landmark challenge to the US government’s mass communications surveillance, Jewel v. NSA. Needless to say, we are extremely disappointed. Today’s decision renders government mass surveillance programs essentially unreviewable by U.S. courts, since no individual will be...
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Speak Out Against Apple’s Mass Surveillance Plans

Mass surveillance is not an acceptable crime-fighting strategy, no matter how well-intentioned the spying. If you’re upset about Apple’s recent announcement that the next version of iOS will install surveillance software in every iPhone, we need you to speak out about it.
DragonCon 2021

EFF at DragonCon 2021

Join EFF for this year's DragonCon, a "multi-media, pop culture convention focusing on science fiction & fantasy, gaming, comics, literature, art, music, and film." Various EFF staff members will be featured in talks on the Electronic Frontiers Forums track during the event, in-person and online, so be sure to...

Oh (no!) Canadá: una propuesta en rápido desarrollo crea normas de filtrado, bloqueo y denuncia además políticas de expresión para hacerlas cumplir

Los responsables políticos de todo el mundo están contemplando una gran variedad de propuestas para hacer frente a la expresión "dañina" en línea. Muchas de estas propuestas son peligrosamente erróneas e inevitablemente darán lugar a la censura de todo tipo de expresión lícita y valiosa. Y una de las propuestas...

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