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Internet Insecurity
Internet Insecurity

Lebanese Government Hackers Hit Thousands of Victims With Incredibly Simple Campaign

Security researchers uncover several years-long espionage and hacking campaigns, pinpointing them to a specific building in Beirut, Lebanon.
Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai
1.18.18
net neutrality
net neutrality

The FCC Just Killed Net Neutrality—Now What?

For net neutrality advocates, the next phase in this fight has only just begun.
Kaleigh Rogers
12.14.17
SESTA
SESTA

Major Tech Companies Have Stopped Fighting an Internet Sex Trafficking Bill

SESTA brings the clash between censorship and accountability online to the forefront of US politics.
Daniel Oberhaus
11.9.17
Face ID
Face ID

We Asked 6 Privacy and Legal Experts About Apple’s New Face ID

Here’s an answer to every question you have about Apple’s latest innovation.
Louise Matsakis
9.13.17
State of Surveillance
State of Surveillance

ACLU and EFF Sue Trump Administration Over Cell Phone Searches at the Border

10 US citizens who have had their electronic devices searched are suing the Department of Homeland Security.
Jason Koebler
9.13.17
The Law
The Law

Supreme Court Hints That Trump Can’t Legally Block You on Twitter

Is the president’s Twitter feed a public forum?
Louise Matsakis
6.20.17
humans of the year
humans of the year

The EFF’s Eva Galperin Keeps Activists Safe Online

The director of cybersecurity wants activists to remember to celebrate their wins.
Corin Faife
3.21.17
Leaving the Nest
Leaving the Nest

Smart Meter Data Is 'Intimate' and Deserves Privacy, Activists Argue

The EFF and Privacy International claim that when collected in aggregate, smart meter data can show when a person wakes up, goes to work, and clocks-out for the night.
Joseph Cox
3.1.17
NETFLIX
NETFLIX

The 11 Stupidest Patents of 2016

The Electronic Frontier Foundation chooses the stupidest patents of the stupidest year.
Daniel Oberhaus
12.31.16
cars
cars

You Should Be Able to Use Tesla's Self-Driving Mode to Make Money

The company prohibits using self-driving mode for 'revenue purposes' outside its forthcoming network. But legal precedents support overriding this restriction.
Corin Faife
12.9.16
politics
politics

Pardon Snowden Campaign Has a Snapchat Filter at Obama's White House Concert

A bit of subversive activism at the White House's party.
Jason Koebler
10.3.16
hacking
hacking

How the Government Is Waging Crypto War 2.0

According to a senior attorney at the EFF, those who don’t know their history are already repeating it.
Daniel Oberhaus
8.10.16