FBI chiefs want databases exempt from privacy protections
The EFF has sent a letter to the bureau, demanding more time to debate and comment on the proposals.
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.
Judge tells Apple to help FBI access San Bernardino shooters' iPhone
Apple insists it can't break the iPhone's encryption, but the FBI has some ideas.
T-Mobile's CEO does damage control, apologizes to the EFF
John Legere's open letter details how Binge On works.
T-Mobile CEO: Calling Binge On 'throttling' is 'bullshit'
"We give customers more choices and these jerks are complaining," Legere says in a video.
EFF: T-Mobile's video 'optimization' is just throttling
Researchers don't buy T-Mobile's claim that it's simply fine-tuning videos for small screens.
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.
The EFF claims that Google spies on school kids
Despite signing a legally binding agreement not to at the start of the year.