Ten Steps You Can Take Right Now Against Internet Surveillance

This is a modified version of an article first published by Danny O’Brien on EFF’s Deeplinks blog on 25th October 2013. See the original article. One of the trends we’ve seen is how, as the word of the NSA’s spying has spread, more and more ordinary people want to know how (or if) they can […]

**EXTENDED** Membership Offer – join EFA and receive a free eBook

NOW EXTENDED TO END OCTOBER!! Have you thought about joining EFA but need a little nudge? This weekend month, we’ve got a great offer. Every new Standard or Life Member who joins before midnight Sunday (05/10/13) Thursday 31/10/2013 will receive a free eBook. Two randomly selected Concession Members (each week) will also receive the eBook. The eBook, […]

NBN petition: Saga Continues as Turnbull attacks lecturer and EFA Board Member

Electronic Frontiers Australia today supports Board Member and University of Queensland lecturer Dr. Sean Rintel’s argument for increased public consultation in the upcoming NBN strategic review in the face of criticism from Minister for Communications Malcolm Turnbull. Dr. Rintel made his argument in a piece for the The Conversation discussing the recent online petition calling […]

Opt-out, opt-in: the internet filter hokey pokey

This article by EFA Board Member Sean Rintel was originally published on The Conversation. See the original article. A ‘badly worded sentence or two’ put shadow communications minister Malcolm Turnbull on the back foot yesterday. AAP/Dan Himbrechts   As of last night both major Australian political parties can claim to have at one time backed […]