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A disappointing Supreme Court decision in patent law could discourage domestic innovation and achieve the opposite of its intended purpose.
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The FBI's seizure of a journalist's records in a recent leak case shows why we need a federal reporter shield law immediately
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In the 4 years since the Alice v CLS Bank decision,
- R&D spending on software & Internet development has increased
- Employment growth for software developers has outpaced other sectors
- Over 400 incredibly abstract software patents have been invalidated
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Whenever someone reaches out to EFF for help, our legal intake coordinator is the hero that’s there to assist them.

Do you know anyone who wants to be a hero?
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Meet the new immigration bill. It has the same invasive border spy tech as the last. It calls for more drone surveillance, more biometric screening, and more social media snooping.
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In a major victory for privacy, the Supreme Court has ruled 5-4 that cell phone location data is protected by the Fourth Amendment.
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In an overnight bait-and-switch carried out on behalf of AT&T and Comcast, California's gold standard #NetNeutrality bill has been mangled by hostile amendments. But the fight isn't over.
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Writers! Coders! Attorneys! Join the EFF team and use your skills to fight for civil liberties online.
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Just-released records from California’s Attorney General show law enforcement employees misused their access to drivers’ records and criminal histories 143 times in 2017, resulting in 9 terminations, 13 resignations, and 18 suspensions.
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Thanks to the GDPR, companies using browser and web fingerprinting will have to do what their predecessors in the cookie world did before now: come clean about their practices, or slink further behind the curtain and hope to dodge European law.
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