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Data Protection Regulation and the Politics of Interoperability

The United States Government is taking its stance pressuring the European Union to weaken its new strengthened data protection bill. The European Union has a history of strong data protection standards, emboldened by the European Charter’s explicit provisions upholding data protection as a fundamental right. European Digital Rights (EDRi) revealed...
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For Bloggers at Risk: Creating a Contingency Plan

In 2011, we have witnessed the incredible power of bloggers and social media users capturing the world’s attention through their activism. At the same time, regimes appear to be quickening the pace of their cat-and-mouse game with netizens, cracking down on speech through the use of surveillance, censorship, and the...

EFF's Reading List from 2011

We’ve compiled a list of notable books from the past year that stuck out to us. Even if we don’t necessarily endorse the arguments being made in them, we’ve included them for adding some valuable insight on conversations surrounding our issues and the work that we do.
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EFF's 2011 Holiday Wish List

With the winter holidays fast approaching, now is the time to make our wish lists. There are plenty of presents EFF would like to receive for the holidays — the defeat of the Internet blacklist bills SOPA and PIPA would make a great start — but here are just a...

EFF Backs Viacom in Fight Over South Park Parody

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) backed Viacom Monday in a lawsuit over a parody of a popular online video called "What What (In the Butt)," arguing that South Park's reimagining of the work is a clear case of fair use and that the district court's early dismissal...

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Brownmark Films v. Comedy Partners

EFF supported Viacom in a lawsuit over a parody of a popular online video called “What What (In the Butt),” arguing that South Park’s reimagining of the work is a clear case of fair use and that the district court’s early dismissal of the case was correct.
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