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Fair Use Debate at BYU Copyright Symposium

EFF's Mitch Stoltz, along with Blake Reid of the University of Colorado, will be doing a debate about fair use in copyright as part of a two-day symposium. They will be debating Mickey Osterreicher of the National Press Photographers Association and IP attorney Ned Rosenthal. The conference runs November 2-3...

California Data Demo Day

The Electronic Frontier Foundation is a co-sponsor of the Data Coalition's third annual California Data Demo Day on Thursday, Oct. 19th, at the Capitol Event Center in Sacramento. As the Data Coalition explains: Across California, state agencies and local governments are modernizing the way they manage information. By collecting and...

Live Blog: House Discusses Section 230

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Equifax

Will the Equifax Data Breach Finally Spur the Courts (and Lawmakers) to Recognize Data Harms?

This summer 143 million Americans had their most sensitive information breached, including their name, addresses, social security numbers (SSNs), and date of birth. The breach occurred at Equifax, one of the three major credit reporting agencies that conducts the credit checks relied on by many industries, including landlords, car lenders...

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