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EFF Members-Only Speakeasy

Join EFF staff members for a special Bay Area happy hour on Tuesday, September 28th. EFF's Speakeasy is a free gathering for current members only and space is limited. Members will receive a personal invitation with location details by email on Monday, September 20th. For more information, contact membership@eff.org.

DIY Citizenship

EFF Senior Staff Attorney and Kahle Promise Fellow Corynne McSherry will be speaking at the opening event of DIY at the downtown campus of the University of Toronto. She will join Henry Jenkins is the Provost's Professor of Communications, Journalism, and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. They...

20th Annual Entertainment Law Institute

EFF Senior Staff Attorney and Kahle Promise Fellow Corynne McSherry will speak on "Navigating the DMCA Safe Harbors: Lessons from Viacom v. Google and Other Cases. Other conference topics include: * Recent Court Cases * The State of the Texas Film and Music Industry * Is it Fair Use? Assessing...

Open Video Conference

EFF Senior Staff Attorney and Kahle Promise Fellow Corynne McSherry will speak about EFF v. Burning Man at The Open Video Conference (OVC), a multi-day summit of thought leaders in business, academia, art, and activism coming together to explore the future of online video. When: October 1, 2010 5:30-6:30 p.m...

EFF Says Violating Company Policies Is Not a Computer Crime

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal appeals court Tuesday to dismiss charges that would turn any employee use of company computers in violation of corporate policy into a federal crime. In U.S. v. Nosal, an ex-employee is being prosecuted on the claim that he induced...

Jack-Booted Thugs and Copyright Enforcement

When it comes to copyright enforcement and the government, EFF frequently warns that giving government agents a reason to censor, search, seize, and indict must be taken very seriously. Without safeguards and a thorough accounting of the consequences, laws and policies targeting so-called "pirates" can be used to pry away...

Privacy and Safety Questions Loom Over Federal Program to Track Preschoolers

San Francisco - The ACLU of Northern California (ACLU-NC) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) are calling for answers to critical privacy and safety questions that loom over a controversial federal program to track preschoolers with radio frequency identification (RFID) chips at George Miller III Head Start program in Richmond...

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