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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...

RoboGames


Visit our table at RoboGames - the olympics of robots! The organizers are inviting the best minds from around the world to compete in over 50 different events: combat robots, fire-fighters, LEGO bots, hockey bots, walking humanoids, soccer bots, sumo bots, and even androids that do kung-fu....

EFF at LinuxFest Northwest

Attention digital rights supporters in the Pacific Northwest!
Hear Senior Staff Technologist Seth Schoen at the twelfth annual LinuxFest Northwest!
This great community event is free and open to the public. Don't forget to stop by the EFF exhibitor booth to say hello and find out...

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EFF Lets the Sunshine In

This week marks the seventh annual Sunshine Week, a national initiative to promote dialogue about the importance of open government and freedom of information. As our little way to celebrate, EFF has recently posted nearly nine thousand pages of government documents to our site. For the majority of these...

EFF Urges Judge to Reject Dangerous New Copyright Troll Strategy

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has asked an Illinois judge to quash subpoenas issued in a "reverse class action" lawsuit accusing thousands of people of illegally downloading pornography, and urged the court to dismiss the case. In a friend of the court brief filed Tuesday, EFF argued...

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EFF Seeks Cooperating FOIA Reviewers

Are you an EFF member or supporter interested in helping out on EFF’s Freedom of Information Act cases and connecting with EFF’s FOIA attorneys? Are you looking for ways to volunteer with EFF but perhaps don’t live near our offices? EFF is setting up an email list to connect you...

Court Rules Against Privacy in Battle Over Twitter Records

Alexandria, VA - A federal magistrate judge in Virginia ruled today that the government can collect the private records of three Twitter users as part of its investigation related to WikiLeaks, and that those users and the public can be prevented from seeing some of the documents that the...

Have You Benefited from Public Access to PubMed?

April 7, 2011 marks the third anniversary of a groundbreaking policy that has dramatically improved access to a trove of medical and scientific knowledge. Whenever the National Institutes of Health (NIH) allocates taxpayer money for scientific research, the much-heralded NIH Public Access Policy ensures that the fruits of that...

SunshineWeek 2011 Webcast and Local Panel: The Road Forward on Open Government

EFF Activist Rainey Reitman joins Declan McCullagh, Chief Political Correspondent for CNET, and James Jacobs, Government Documents Librarian at Stanford and one of the founders of the Free Government Information blog discussing WikiLeaks and its relationship to Open Government.
Registration is $20 for SLA and NOCALL members; $25 for...

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