Outliving Outrage on the Public Interest Internet: the CDDB Story
In our previous blog post, we discussed how in the early days of the internet, regulators feared that without strict copyright enforcement and pre-packaged entertainment, the new digital frontier would be empty of content.
We Checked 250 iPhone Apps-This Is How They're Tracking You
When millions of iPhones update to iOS 14.5 in the coming weeks, it will become much more obvious that many of the most common apps-including weather trackers, dating apps, and games-are advertising-data tools as much as they are anything else.
Surveillance Self-Defense Playlist: Getting to Know Your Phone
We are launching a new Privacy Breakdown of Mobile Phones "playlist" on Surveillance Self-Defense , EFF's online guide to defending yourself and your friends from surveillance by using secure technology and developing careful practices.
A bill aims to stop abusers stalking ex-partners. US telecom firms are lobbying against it
The top lobby group for the US wireless industry is quietly seeking to weaken proposed legislation that has been designed to protect victims of domestic violence by allowing them to remove themselves from family phone plans.