August 25, 2005 | By Donna Wentworth

EFF Launches Cooperating Techs Listserv - Take Two

Not long ago we told you about our new "Cooperating Techs" listserv to help connect technologists with attorneys working on cases that are core to EFF's mission but beyond what we can handle in-house. After a couple of weeks with only a few responses, we realized we made a technical mistake with the email alias for signing up!

Now that we've recognized our error -- as well as the irony -- we've corrected the problem. If you're a technologist who'd like to apply your skills to the fight for digital civil liberties, please send -- or re-send - an email to We promise that this time, your request will get through -- and you'll even get a confirmation notice to prove it!

For more information about how the list will work, check out the original announcement.

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