EFF Campaigns


California: Surveillance Tech Transparency Must Move Forward

The California Assembly Public Safety Committee on Tuesday will vote on whether law enforcement must go through an open, public process before adopting new surveillance technology.

Tweet at the committee members that California needs transparency urgently to ensure accountability for privacy and spending.


Tell Lawmakers to Reform the Espionage Act

The Espionage Act has hit its 100th anniversary, and it’s long overdue for an overhaul.

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Dear FCC: Save Net Neutrality

A new proposal would destroy the FCC’s net neutrality guidelines, leaving the door open to ISPs creating “Internet fast lanes” that prioritize certain websites over others. But you can save it. Use this form to submit comments to the FCC.

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Tell Congress: Don't Surrender the Internet

Net neutrality is under serious threat. President Trump's FCC Chairman Ajit Pai plans to roll back critical net neutrality protections. We can't let that happen. It's time to tell your lawmakers: Don't let the FCC surrender the Internet.

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Join the Electronic Frontier Alliance

Join or start a local community group fighting for digital rights. Defend privacy, free speech, and innovation on the electronic frontier by organizing in your local communities and college campuses. Create a future where technology is accountable to people. We'll show you how!

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Demand Border Agents Get a Warrant Before Digital Searches

Cell phones, laptops, and other digital devices shouldn’t be subject to unfettered search by the U.S. government at the border. Email Congress today and tell your lawmakers to support the Protecting Data at the Border Act (S. 823/H.R. 1899), a bill to require that border agents get a warrant based on probable cause to search our digital devices at the border.

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Don't let Congress Undermine Our Online Privacy

Records of your online activity reveal a tremendous amount about you. While that kind of data is currently protected by federal rules, some members of Congress are trying to repeal those rules. They want your broadband provider to be able to sell your sensitive Internet activity records to the highest bidder.

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Protect Digital Privacy of Californians of All Ages – Oppose AB 165

AB 165 seeks to erase essential privacy protections for the more than six million Californians who attend or work in the public schools. Speak out now in defense of privacy.

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Maryland: Keep State University Patents Away from Trolls

When state universities invent, those inventions should benefit everyone. Unfortunately, they sometimes end up in the hands of patent trolls, companies that serve no purpose but to amass patents and demand money from other innovators and inventors. State-funded universities should seek to accelerate innovation in their states and around the world. Arming trolls with patents does just the opposite.