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Stand Up Against TSA’s Invasive Security Procedures

The Transportation Security Administration has adopted "enhanced" security procedures — presenting people with the horrible choice of either submitting to body scanners that show passengers unclothed or submit to what are called "groping" pat-down techniques which include touching both breasts and genitalia. As some have noted these processes appear...

Thank You From EFF!

On behalf of the EFF staff, thank you for helping us to compete in PayPal's matching challenge. Together we raised over $70,400! Individual donors like you make EFF's work possible. EFF will also receive $5,000 in matched funds directly from PayPal, and additional matched funds from two very generous EFF...

Pioneer Awards 2010 Recap: Photos, Video, and More

Congratulations to the winners of EFF's 2010 Pioneer Awards: Steven Aftergood, James Boyle, Pamela Jones and the website Groklaw, and Hari Krishna Prasad Vemuru! The 19th Annual Pioneer Awards ceremony was held this past Monday at 111 Minna Gallery in San Francisco. We were all deeply inspired by the words...

2010 Nonprofit Software Development Summit

EFF's Cindy Cohn will be facilitating a session at the Aspiration Technologies Development Summit. The session is entitled "What is Up with the EFF and How Can You Help." When: Wednesday, November 17 11 a.m. Where: Preservation Park 1233 Preservation Park Way Oakland, California 94612 http://aspirationtech.org/events/devsummit10

Ten Years Of Making Media And Making Trouble

EFF Senior Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston will join a panel discussion on "Internet Law, Privacy, & Security" at Indybay's 10th birthday party! Indybay has not only survived but thrived for ten years now. On November 13th they'll be acknowledging everyone who has contributed over the last decade to the many...

PayPal's Matching Challenge

UPDATE: On the morning of Thursday, November 11th, one of EFF's long-time supporters pledged to match new funds donated through this week's PayPal Challenge. We have only two days left to take advantage of this generous offer. Please help EFF by donating through PayPal today. Check out our progress! Defenders...

Professor Ed Felten Becomes the FTC's First Chief Technologist

The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has a long history of promoting commercial competition and consumer protection. Clearly recognizing that many of the trickiest issues facing consumers today are digital, the Commission has made the commendable decision of hiring Princeton professor of computer science and public affairs (and former EFF...

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