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EFF in the News

August 24, 2011
SF Bay Guardian Online

“It's incredibly ironic to squelch free speech in San Francisco, which has long been a bastion of civil liberties,” said Rainey Reitman of the Electronic Frontier Foundation who was on hand for the protest.

August 24, 2011
SF Bay Guardian Online

Think of the Electronic Frontier Foundation as a machete for slashing through these digital thorns.

August 24, 2011
SFGate.com

But Kurt Opsahl, senior staff attorney with San Francisco's Electronic Frontier Foundation, noted that his organization has advocated for more intuitive privacy controls since May 2010, when Facebook didn't have competition from Google+.

August 24, 2011
Thw Wall Street Journal Technology

Kurt Opsahl, a senior staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, said that if users feel more confident about who can see the material they are posting, they may start to use the social network even more. "The proof will be in whether people are actually using these controls," said Mr Opsahl, who was also consulted by Facebook on the changes.

August 24, 2011
ZeroPaid

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a civil liberties group, claims such a bill would “break the Internet,” while Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says it sets “a disastrous precedent” for freedom of speech.

August 24, 2011
Committee to Protect Journalists

"It's no longer acceptable for companies to plead ignorance about how technology they sell is used," said Cohn of the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

August 24, 2011
Techdirt

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), a civil liberties group, claims such a bill would "break the Internet," while Google Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says it sets "a disastrous precedent" for freedom of speech.

August 24, 2011
ZDnetAsia.com

The EFF, in collaboration with the Tor Project, launched the official 1.0 version of HTTPS Everywhere tool on Aug. 4, just past a year after the first beta version was released in June 2010. According to EFF's blog post, the extension will help secure Internet browsing by encrypting connections to more than 1,000 Web sites.

August 23, 2011
Business Standard

The Electronic Frontier Foundation countered, saying, “The problem with the civility argument is that it doesn’t tell the whole story.”

August 23, 2011
engadget.com

We visit Ferrari, take over Times Square, check out the Grid 10, and talk patents with the EFF

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