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EFF, Access Now, and Partners to European Parliament: Free Speech, Privacy and Other Fundamental Rights Should Not be Up for Negotiation in the Digital Services Act

The European Committee on Legal Affairs adopted the proposals discussed here on Sept. 30 by a vote of 15+/9-. The proposals now go to the Committee on the Internal Market and Consumer Protection (IMCO), which will develop a position with a vote scheduled for November 8. European Union (EU) civil...

HTTPS Is Actually Everywhere

For more than 10 years, EFF’s HTTPS Everywhere browser extension has provided a much-needed service to users: encrypting their browser communications with websites and making sure they benefit from the protection of HTTPS wherever possible. Since we started offering HTTPS Everywhere, the battle to ...

A plane flies a banner over Apple’s Cupertino, Calif., headquarters during the company’s iPhone launch event on Tuesday, Sept. 14, 2021. It is part of an Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) campaign demanding Apple drop its planned iPhone surveillance

لماذا طيّرت مؤسسة الجبهة الإلكترونية طائرة فوق مقر شركة أبل Apple

طالب عدد من منظمات الحريات المدنية وحقوق الإنسان والباحثون/ات والعملاء الشهر الماضي، شركة أبل Appleبإلغاء خطتها لتثبيت برنامج لمسح الصور على أجهزتها. حيث يشكل هذا البرنامج خطرا كبيرا على الخصوصية والأمان. بلغت شركة أبل Apple الرسالة، فأعلنت أنها ستؤخر العمل بالبرنامج للتشاور مع مجموعات مختلفة حول تأثيره. ولكن لإعادة...

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No, Tech Monopolies Don’t Serve National Security

In what appears to be a “throw spaghetti on the wall approach” to stopping antitrust reform targeting Big Tech, a few Members of Congress and a range of former military and intelligence officials wrote a letter asserting that these companies need to be protected for national security. It’s a spurious...

The Catalog of Carceral Surveillance: Patents Aren't Products (Yet)

In EFF’s Catalog of Carceral Surveillance, we explore patents filed by or awarded to prison communication technology companies Securus and Global Tel*Link in the past five years. The dystopian technology the patents describe are exploitative and dehumanizing. And if the companies transformed their patents into real products, the technology would...

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