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Medical Week News v. Sanofi-Aventis

EFF defended the free speech and fair use rights of an online newsletter publisher after the world's third largest pharmaceutical company that accused him of trademark infringement and cybersquatting. Since March 2004, has published original news and commentary about clinical trials of Acomplia, a new medication. Drug maker Sanofi-Aventis...

EFF at Bioneers: "The New Media Revolution and Political Expression"

Join the EFF's Director for International Freedom of Expression, along with journalist Nora Barrows-Friedman for a panel discussion (moderated by Mother Jones' Steve Katz) on the use of new media to fight political repression.
About Bioneers (October 14-16, 2011, Attend Bioneers to explore the forefront of positive change...

Copyright Troll

Righthaven Cheerleader Wanted by Irony Police

Sherman Frederick is the former CEO of Stephens Media, former publisher of the Las Vegas Review Journal, and one of Righthaven’s biggest cheerleaders. When the litigation campaign of Stephens Media's copyright enforcer Righthaven first got underway, Frederick famously wrote “So, I'm asking you nicely once again—don't steal our...

Copyright Troll

Help EFF Topple a Troll

Over the past two weeks, EFF has won the dismissal of two bogus infringement lawsuits filed by notorious "copyright troll" Righthaven LLC. In the first case, a federal judge ruled that Righthaven had no standing to sue an online political forum for a five-sentence excerpt of a news story...

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Supreme Court Agrees to Hear Key Warrantless GPS Tracking Case

In a move that could have a profound impact on Fourth Amendment law, the Supreme Court has agreed to consider a question that has split the nation's appeals courts: can the police install and use a GPS tracking device to follow a person's movements around the clock every day for...

Protect Your Computer and Phone from Illegal Police Searches

San Francisco - Your computer, your phone, and your other digital devices hold vast amounts of personal information about you and your family. Can police officers enter your home to search your laptop? Do you have to give law enforcement officials your encryption keys or passwords? If you are pulled...

Know Your Rights!

Your computer, your phone, and your other digital devices hold vast amounts of personal information about you and your family. This is sensitive data that's worth protecting from prying eyes - including those of the government.
The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution protects you from unreasonable government searches and...


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