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  1. Cellebrite: We keep iPhone exploits secret for the public’s safety

    Earlier this week, Forbes learned that Israel-based U.S. government contractor Cellebrite was touting…

  2. The U.S. government can now (probably) unlock every iPhone model in existence

    In what appears to be a major breakthrough for law enforcement…

  3. Internet pioneer John Perry Barlow dead at 70

    Influential internet rights pioneer John Perry Barlow has died, aged 70…

  4. In iOS 11, Apple overcomplicates Wi-Fi and Bluetooth

    Remember when Microsoft made radical user interface changes in Windows 8…

  5. EFF criticizes Apple’s ‘misleading’ Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles in iOS 11 for being a privacy and security risk

    The strange, unintuitive way Bluetooth and Wi-Fi toggles work in iOS 11 has drawn ire from many quarters…

  6. EFF: Apple wins 4 out of 5 stars in protecting users from government overreach

    While many technology companies continue to step up their privacy game by adopting best practices…

  7. Amazon to restore encryption to Fire tablets after complaints

    Amazon.com Inc. said it plans to restore an encryption feature on its Fire tablets after customers and privacy advocates criticized…

  8. Amazon removes data encryption from Fire tablets

    Amazon has confirmed it removed the ability to encrypt locally stored data on its Fire tablets…

  9. EFF files complaint asking for federal investigation; says Google broke privacy pledge, tracked students

    The EFF is asking for a federal investigation into whether Google broke a pledge to honor student privacy…

  10. Government data requests 2015: Apple earns 5-star rating

    We commend Apple for its strong stance regarding user rights, transparency, and privacy….

  11. Potential for bipartisan net neutrality bill emerges in U.S. Congress

    Both political parties have a major reason to seek a permanent legislative solution…

  12. Jeb Bush on FCC and so-called ‘net neutrality’ regulation: ‘One of the craziest ideas I’ve ever heard’

    Jeb Bush said Saturday that he opposes the FCC’s attempts to regulate broadband Internet providers…

  13. Who loves the FCC’s overreach on so-called ‘net neutrality?’ Telecom lawyers

    While ‘net neutrality’ sounds like a good idea, it isn’t…

  14. Legal battles loom over FCC’s so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules

    The fate of the Internet in the U.S. is far from settled…

  15. U.S. FCC OKs so-called ‘net neutrality’ rules on party-line vote

    Republican commish: ‘Read my lips. More Internet taxes are coming.’

  16. U.S. FCC’s rules for so-called ‘net neutrality’ expected to unleash slew of court challenges

    Republicans expect that Democrats will change their thinking once they realize the legal threat…

  17. EFF: ‘We are deeply concerned; FCC’s new rules include provision that sounds like a recipe for overreach’

    For many months, EFF has been working with a broad coalition…

  18. Samsung warns ‘SmartTV’ users not to discuss personal info in front of their eavesdropping TVs

    The potential privacy intrusion of voice-activated services is massive…

  19. EFF ranks Apple’s iMessage and FaceTime as most secure mass-market messaging options

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation has investigated the security of various messaging apps…

  20. It’s time for Steve Jobs’ idea to bear fruit: Open, shared home Wi-Fi

    Apple co-founder Steve Jobs loved to walk around his neighborhood in Palo Alto…

  21. U.S. Supreme Court unanimously bans warrantless cell phone searches

    In a blow to the Obama administration, which petitioned the U.S. Supreme Court to allow warrantless cell phone searches..

  22. Apple, EFF and AT&T back Microsoft’s campaign against US government warrants overseas

    Apple, Cisco, AT&T and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have joined Microsoft…

  23. EFF credits Apple’s ‘remarkable improvement’ in protecting customer data from governments

    The EFF’s ranking of technology company data request transparency is notable because…

  24. Can U.S. police search your iPhone without a warrant?

    Can the arresting officer, without a warrant, riffle through the contents of your Apple iPhone?

  25. Which Web browser is best for privacy?

    Different browsers handle user data in different ways…

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