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November’s landmark opinion in Alasaad v. McAleenan was a culmination of EFF’s work explaining to the public and the courts that you don’t lose your rights when you go online or use digital tools.

EFF has long fought to end the FBI’s ability to impose gag orders via National Security Letters (NSLs). They violate the First Amendment and result in indefinite prohibitions on recipients’ ability to speak publicly about controversial government surveillance powers.

At a time when political polarization is growing and fraudulent news is spreading, a shared baseline of facts on the issues that most directly affect Americans is more essential than ever.