Surveillance Self-Defense Guides Now Available in Burmese

Surveillance Self-Defense Guides Now Available in Burmese

As part of our goal to expand the impact of our digital security guide, Surveillance Self-Defense (SSD), we recently translated the majority of its contents into Burmese. This repository of resources on circumventing surveillance across a variety of different platforms, devices, and threat models is now available in English, and in whole or in part in 11 other languages: Amharic, Arabic, Spanish, French, Russian, Turkish, Vietnamese, Brazilian Portuguese, Burmese, Thai, and Urdu.

Protestors Nationwide Rally to Tell Apple: “Don’t Break Your Promise!”

Protestors Nationwide Rally to Tell Apple: “Don’t Break Your Promise!”

Yesterday in San Francisco, Chicago, Boston, New York, and other cities across the U.S activists rallied in front of Apple stores demanding that the company fully cancel its plan to introduce surveillance software into its devices.

25,000 EFF Supporters Have Told Apple Not To Scan Their Phones

25,000 EFF Supporters Have Told Apple Not To Scan Their Phones

Over the weekend, our petition to Apple asking the company not to install surveillance software in every iPhone hit an important milestone: 25,000 signatures. We plan to deliver this petition to Apple soon; and the more individuals who sign, the more impact it will have.

Apple’s Plan to Scan Photos in Messages Turns Young People Into Privacy Pawns

Apple’s Plan to Scan Photos in Messages Turns Young People Into Privacy Pawns

This month, Apple announced several new features under the auspices of expanding its protections for young people, at least two of which seriously walk back the company’s longstanding commitment to protecting user privacy.