Internet faces 'extinction-level event' next week, says Doctorow
More voices mount against proposed copyright law changes at the European Union level, with activist Cory Doctorow describing it as an 'extinction-level event'.
STARTTLS Everywhere: EFF wants to secure e-mail
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is trying to make e-mail more secure and private by helping webmasters deploy properly configured STARTTLS on SMTP servers.
Senate voted to allow selling your browser history to advertisers
The U.S. Senate voted on Thursday to allow service providers to sell private web browsing data to third parties, namely advertisers. Under Democratic ......
Google rejects EFF claims it spies on school kids
EFF files a complaint with the Federal Trade Commission alleging that Google collected and data mined children's personal information.
ISP sued for not terminating Pirate's accounts
Cox Communications was sued last week by two music publishers for not terminating customer accounts when they are declared repeat offendeders by Rightscorp.
EFF backs Internet Radio Fairness Act
The EFF has backed a bill that seeks to eliminate the disadvantage Internet Radio firms face while paying music royalties.
Megaupload case: Hold the government accountable!
A Megaupload customer has filed a brief with the court involved in the high profile case requesting that his property be returned to him.
EFF backs Aereo N.Y. TV service in appeals court
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is standing up for Aereo, a start-up that sends broadcast TV to Internet-enabled devices, in an appeals court.
EFF tells court to protect Aereo
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging a federal judge to protect the New York-based Aereo TV streaming service.
EFF warns about vague cybersecurity bill in Congress
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is warning the American public about a cybersecurity bill in Congress that could be used against Wikileaks, torrent sites.
EFF: Why Jailbreaking should get DMCA exemption
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has explained why it asked the U.S. Copyright Office to grant an exemption to the DMCA for Jailbreaking.
EFF urges 'Jailbreaking' protection to Copyright Office
EFF asks Copyright Office to protect the 'jailbreaking' of smartphones, tablet PCs and video games consoles
Judge hands $10,000 fine to P2P lawyer
Summarizes conduct of lawyer as "staggering chutzpah." Last September, Texas lawyer Evan Stone filed suit against 670 file sharers that he ......
Microsoft misusing DMCA in Xbox 360 case: EFF
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) alleges misuse of copyright law in case involving third-party Xbox 360 memory cards. The digital ......
Geohot donates remaining defense funds to EFF
According to his blog, Geohot has donated the remaining money from his legal defense fund to the EFF, as promised. Last month, the hacker, ......
German politician shows how mobile operators track you
Malte Spitz, a German Green party politician, has shown the level of tacking a mobile provider can do as you carry around your phone. He ......
Twitter order to hand over WikiLeaks data appealed
A U.S. Judge's decision to compel Twitter to hand over data of three users linked to the Wikileaks website has been appealed by rights' groups ......
E-mails are protected by Fourth Amendment, says court
A US Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled this week that email is protected by the Fourth Amendment and that the government will need a ......