Electronic Frontier Foundation
New focus from activists could lead to a heated debate in coming weeks.
Two unnamed companies agree that the spying orders violate the First Amendment.
The "StingRay" devices pick up data from people's phone.
The groups want the court to allow "Innocence of Muslims" to return to YouTube.
The companies got relatively high marks from for taking a stand against copyright “bullies.”
The Electronic Frontier Foundation wants Ron Wyden to keep trade negotiations open.
A wide array of 19 projects won money for protecting free expression on the Internet.
Complying with a court order “would be a massive and uncertain endeavor," the NSA said.
Yahoo, Twitter, Microsoft and other Internet giants got a perfect score for protecting users’ data...
Lawyers are warning the government about spying on confidential legal communications.
Advocates want officials to independently verify that all official emails are accounted for.
The decision is a stinging rebuke to critics of the NSA.
It's the "first public court challenge" to the NSA's Internet surveillance.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation is changing leadership for the first time in more than a decade.
They want the Supreme Court to side with a man who posted violent rants on Facebook.
Privacy advocates want documents from the spy agency.
Groups are asking President Obama not to get new court approval.
A secret memo allows the FBI to obtain phone records without any judicial process.
Librarians and civil rights advocates are both urging the Supreme Court to set limits on...
Key participants in the talks to create a Do Not Track tool still think the group should disband,...