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ShmooCon 2011

ShmooCon is ALREADY SOLD OUT! But don't despair - ShmooCon will be streaming all content live. That means you'll still be able to catch EFF Senior Staff Attorney Marcia Hofmann's talk, "Computer Search and Seizure." Marcia is available to discuss legal concerns you might have about your security research...

EFF Wins Landmark Ruling Freeing Promo CDs for Resale

San Francisco - The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit has shot down bogus copyright infringement allegations from Universal Music Group (UMG), affirming an eBay seller's right to resell promotional CDs that he buys from secondhand stores and rejecting UMG's attempt to claim that a sticker on a...

EFF Calls for Court to Affirm Downsized Copyright Damages

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal court Monday to affirm downsized damages in Sony v. Tenenbaum, a file-sharing case in which a jury originally ordered a college student to pay $675,000 for infringing copyright in 30 songs. EFF was represented by the Stanford Fair Use...

Happy Hour With Your Favorite Civil Liberty Organizations

Meet EFF co-founder and board member John Gilmore for a happy hour in San Francisco! EFF joins FIRE (Foundation for Individual Rights in Education), and the First Amendment Project for this event. You'll find drink specials including $3 beers, $4 glasses of wine, and $5 mixed drinks. There will also...

Genachowski Wins on Net Neutrality, Sort of

After a down-to-the-wire push, the Federal Communications Commission this week approved by 3-2 its long-awaited regulatory proposal on net neutrality. We haven’t finished combing through the actual rules document, all 200 pages of which were just released today, but nonetheless the summary documents gave us some important hints about...

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