Electronic Frontier Foundation
"The world lost a true hero today, a Renaissance man who was a relentless warrior for our freedom."
In 2016 LinkNYC began deploying free public Wi-Fi kiosks throughout the city. The kiosks made news when people began using
Internet privacy laws against humanity.
In this relatively uncharted tech landscape, the state can easily and indiscriminately spy on us, invade our privacy, and push the limits of democracy with little regard for the consequences of such widespread abuse.
"The FBI both misappropriated the trusted name of The Associated Press and created a situation where our credibility could have been undermined on a large scale."
In 2015, emailing your U.S. representative and senators is still far harder than it should be. The appropriately titled Democracy.io
Reddit's work was so critical in the FCC ruling, in fact, that President Obama personally thanked the site for its persistent
The Electronic Frontier Foundation thinks Verizon could be violating a federal law requiring phone companies to keep customer data confidential. My take on all of this is that if nothing else, it's a clear violation of our personal rights.
For years the government has maintained that even when businesses are forced to turn over phone calling records or other
Keyloggers are often used by hackers to spy on victims and steal sensitive information. The feature could “expose its users