Neo-Nazi site Stormfront has been temporarily taken down
Its domain host currently has a hold on the website.
Privacy group says Washington cyberbullying law is censoring instead
When protection blocks more speech than intended.
How an obscure rule lets law enforcement search any computer
Today's changes to Rule 41 expand the Justice Department's reach in the digital world.
EFF sues US government to void 'onerous' copyright rules
It claims the DMCA violates the First Amendment, curbing inventors and researchers.
FBI is building a tattoo tracking AI to identify criminals
Think before you ink.
Lawsuit asks Justice Department to reveal decryption orders
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants to know if tech companies have been ordered to unlock user data.
EFF scores a blow against the government's domestic spying
The group has been granted discovery in its case against the National Security Agency.
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.
A chat with Black Hat's unconventional keynote speaker
We chat with Black Hat 2015 keynote speaker Jennifer Granick