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EFF Press Release Archives

Press Releases: April 2017

EFF Asks Appeals Court to Break Through Five-Year Logjam in Megaupload Case

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), on behalf of its client Kyle Goodwin, is asking a federal appeals court to break through the five-year logjam in the Megaupload.com case, and help lawful users who are still waiting for the return of their photos, videos, and other personal files...

EFF’s "Spying on Students" Report Highlights Tech Companies’ Data Collection, Parents’ Frustrations

San Francisco—School children are being spied on by tech companies through devices and software used in classrooms that often collect and store kids’ names, birth dates, browsing histories, location data, and much more—often without adequate privacy protections or the awareness and consent of parents, according to a new...

Patent Owner Can’t Use Foreign Court Order To Block EFF From Speaking Out

San Francisco—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) filed a lawsuit yesterday against a company that’s using foreign laws to stymie EFF’s free speech rights to publish information about and criticize its litigation over a patent featured in EFF’s “Stupid Patent of the Month” blog series. The company, Global Equity...

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