Digital rights groups speak out against EU plan to scan online content
A proposed rule would require websites to filter uploaded material for copyright violations.
Canada says court order to pull Google results applies worldwide
It’s no longer enough to just comply in Canada.
Lyft donates to the ACLU in response to Trump's immigration ban
It's contributing $1 million to protect liberties it sees under threat.
Tor's new executive director is a digital privacy legend
The anonymity network project has picked Shari Steele, the EFF's former leader, as its executive director.
US prisons allegedly record more inmate calls than they should (update: response)
It might not just be everyday people who've been subject to illegal surveillance -- prisoners may...
Supreme Court: online threats must be intentional to be illegal
You can't be sent to prison for kinda sorta threats in the real world, and that now applies to the...
Government scales back plans for license plate-tracking program
To say that there's been some concern about the Department of Homeland Security's on-again, off-ag...
Police think Waze's traffic app puts officers in danger
You may use Google's Waze app primarily to avoid traffic jams and watch out for speed cameras, but...
NSA Privacy Director says fears of government spying are unwarranted
It was one of the final questions of the NSA's open Q&A today, and one that's weighed heavily...