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Council of Europe Cybercrime Treaty

EFF to Council of Europe: Flawed Cross Border Police Surveillance Treaty Needs Fixing—Here Are Our Recommendations to Strengthen Privacy and Data Protections Across the World

EFF has joined European Digital Rights (EDRi), the Samuelson-Glushko Canadian Internet Policy & Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC), and other civil society organizations in recommending 20 solid, comprehensive steps to strengthen human rights protections in the new cross border surveillance draft treaty that is under review by the Parliamentary Assembly...

New Writing and Management Role on EFF's Fundraising Team

Calling all writers! If you are passionate about civil liberties and technology, we have an awesome opportunity for you. We are hiring for a newly-created role of Associate Director of Institutional Support. This senior role will manage the messaging and strategy behind EFF’s foundation grants and corporate support. It’s a...

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...
apple with an eye in the center

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.

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