Telling the Truth About Defects in Technology Should Never, Ever, Ever Be Illegal. EVER.

Congress has never made a law saying, “Corporations should get to decide who gets to publish truthful information about defects in their products,”— and the First Amendment wouldn’t allow such a law — but that hasn’t stopped corporations from conjuring one out of thin air,…

How Militaries Should Plan for AI

Today we are publishing a new EFF white paper, The Cautious Path to Strategic Advantage: How Militaries Should Plan for AI. This paper analyzes the risks and implications of military AI projects in the wake of Google’s decision to discontinue AI assistance to the US…

EFF to Patent Office: Don’t Make it Harder to Kill Bad Patents

It’s already much too difficult to invalidate bad patents—the kind that never should have been issued in the first place. Now, unfortunately, the Patent Office has proposed regulation changes that will make it even harder. That’s the wrong path to take. This week, EFF submitted…

Some of The Best Programming Languages A Hacker Should Know – Latest Hacking News

We believe there are three elements one should be knowledgable of to be a half decent hacker: Networking, Linux and Programming, Some of The Best Programming Languages A Hacker Should Know on Latest Hacking News. VISIT THE SOURCE ARTICLE Some of The Best Programming Languages A…

Californians: Tell Your Assemblymember to Restore Net Neutrality Protections in S.B. 822

While Congress can still, and should, act to save net neutrality on a national scale, federal protections do not exist today. In response, states should use their own leverage to try to keep the Internet free and open. On the first day that the California…