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ACLU of Sonoma County's 2011 Awards Celebration & Annual Dinner

EFF's Activism Director Rainey Reitman is the keynote speaker at ACLU of Sonoma County's annual dinner and 2011 Jack Green Civil Liberties Award. Rainey will speak about "Your Privacy Under Attack: The Internet & You" as writer, comedian and winemaker Tom Smothers is honored.
When:
Friday, May...

WEB 2.0 Expo

Eva Galperin, EFF Activist, discusses the growing threat of "traitorware," the class of software and devices that work behind your back to betray your privacy. Notable examples include the Sony BMG rootkit, printer tracking dots, and locational metadata. This talk will dissect the differences between a cool new feature that...

Flourish! 2011

EFF Technology Director Chris Palmer will be speaking about EFF's 2011 Tech Projects, including the SSL Observatory, HTTPS Everywhere, censorship-resistant DNS, secure cloud filesystems, and the open source security auditing project. Chris will be speaking in Room A.
When: Saturday, April 2, 2011, 12:30 p.m.
Where:...

SOURCE Seattle 2011 - Hear EFF Staff Attorney Marcia Hofmann

June 15-16, 2011

EFF is a proud partner of SOURCE Security Conferences this year in Seattle. In addition to advanced technical talks, SOURCE offers workshops on entrepreneurship, management strategies, job interviewing, presentation skills, and proficiencies and strategies designed for the security industry. As an EFF supporter, you...

Copyright Troll

Fair Use For the Win in Righthaven Case

Last Friday, a judge in the Nevada federal district court patiently explained why fair use disposes of Righthaven's copyright claim arising from the republication of an entire news article by a nonprofit organization. The hearing was in one of the now-250 Righthaven copyright cases. A written order, which will help...

An Introduction to the Federated Social Network

Lately, EFF's work to protect rights and liberties in the online world has focused rather heavily on social networking sites and their policies. The logic is borne out by the numbers — Facebook and Twitter combined claim hundreds of millions of worldwide users, so advocating for stronger privacy and less...

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