Net neutrality is the basic principle that ensures no one can block our access to websites, throttle our Internet speeds, or impose unfair fees.
Facial recognition technology is incredibly invasive, but there are virtually no laws limiting its use. So we scanned Congress to show the world how easy — and legal! — it is track people online and IRL.
We've convinced musical artists, venues, and promoters to take a stand against using invasive and racially-biased facial recognition technology at music festivals.
The federal government is threatening cryptocurrencies, but you can help protect innovation and economic freedom.
Tech workers have the power to stop unethical uses of technology. Whistleblowing is an act of love for humanity.
We petitioned the FCC and Congress to stop the mega merger between Sprint and T-Mobile.
VoteBot used text messages to help people register to vote, know where politicians stood on net neutrality, and contact their lawmakers.
We saw the true danger of the FCC's net neutrality repeal when Verizon was caught throttling California fire fighters.
Veterans rely on the open Internet to stay in touch while overseas and to access essential services at home.
Small businesses can't survive without the open Internet. Competition and free markets online are essential to small business.
We’ve developed a set of principles to protect the security and privacy of users, and we're demanding major Internet companies pledge to support these important values.
The FCC voted to end net neutrality, but we urged Congress to use the “Congressional Review Act” to overrule the FCC.