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UK Surveillance Regime Violated Human Rights

On September 13, after a five-year legal battle, the European Court of Human Rights said that the UK government’s surveillance regime—which includes the country’s mass surveillance programs, methods, laws, and judges—violated the human rights to privacy and to freedom of expression. The court’s opinion is the culmination of...

Australian Government Ignores Experts in Advancing Its Anti-Encryption Bill

The Australian government has ignored the expertise of researchers, developers, major tech companies, and civil liberties organizations by charging forward with a disastrous proposal to undermine trust and security for technology users around the world. On September 10, the Australian government closed the window for receiving feedback about its ...

EFF at All Things Open 2018

We're excited to bring EFF to All Things Open, the annual gathering of free and open source software developers in Raleigh, NC. Be sure to stop by EFF’s booth to learn what we’re up to and how you can get involved. You can even become a member or pick up...

EFF at the Usenix LISA Conference 2018

Join us at LISA18, the 32nd annual LISA conference in Nashville, TN, USA! Learn about the latest in the movement to protect digital freedom at our booth in the expo hall. You can even donate to get some great swag or become an official EFF member at special reduced levels...

Privacy Lab

A local organization in the Electronic Frontier Alliance (not EFF) will host this event: September Privacy Lab Given the under-representation of diverse groups in the tech industry, and given that diverse workplaces lead to better products and more successful companies, many companies are undertaking...

Hill-Climbing Our Way to Defeating DRM

Computer science has long grappled with the problem of unknowable terrain: how do you route a packet from A to E when B, C, and D are nodes that keep coming up and going down as they get flooded by traffic from other sources? How do you shard a database...
EFF Cat Speaking Freely

Automated Transactions LLC v. American Bankers Association

In this case, patent assertion entity Automated Transactions, LLC (“ATL”) and inventor David Barcelou filed a defamation complaint [PDF] in New Hampshire Superior Court. ATL and Barcelou allege that statements referring to them as a “patent troll” are defamatory. They also claim that characterizations of ATL’s litigation campaign as...

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