A petition thrown up on Change.org is quickly getting backers who want to see the Electronic Frontier Foundation investigate Microsoft over Windows 10. The petition points to the forceful upgrade process, the privacy concerns, and more.
An investigation from EFF claims that the FBI and government scientists are collaborating on tattoo recognition algorithms to profile inmates, but they have not followed the ethical procedures for working with inmates.
An ex police sergeant from Philadelphia is being held indefinitely in jail, despite not being charged with a crime, because he is suspected of owning child pornography and refuses to decrypt his hard drives.
The U.S. Library of Congress has granted exemptions to the Digital Millennium Copyright Act, giving gamers and educators the right to modify and revive single-player video games with non-functional authentication servers.
After more than a year of development, the Electronic Frontier Foundation's recently released Privacy Badger 1.0 extension "blocks some of the sneakiest trackers that try to spy on your Web browsing habits."
Ethiopia has facing pressure from EFF following accusations of illegally tracking the internet habits of a US citizen all the while President Obama visits the country where he has been urged to address human rights abuses.
The NSA is claiming that its systems are so complex that it cannot prevent the destruction of evidence that may be damaging to its case in a lawsuit against privacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Outrage over broken anti-hacking laws have blinded tech pundits like myself to the clear wrongdoings of "AT&T iPad hacker" Andrew "Weev" Auernheimer. But if we want to win the inherently political battle that stands between us and better…