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Over Redaction in Audit of FBI’s Use of Illegal Exigent Letters

Earlier this week, the DOJ’s Inspector General issued a heavily redacted report about the FBI’s Communications Analysis Unit (CAU), which found "shocking" violations, including embedded telecom employees providing customer phone records in response to post-it notes. While the underlying violations are egregious enough, the report itself is problematic because...

EFF Plans Appeal of Jewel v. NSA Warrantless Wiretapping Case

San Francisco - A federal judge has dismissed Jewel v. NSA, a case from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) on behalf of AT&T customers challenging the National Security Agency's mass surveillance of millions of ordinary Americans' phone calls and emails. "We're deeply disappointed in the judge's ruling," said EFF Legal...

EFF Turns 20 With Adam Savage and Friends

Every year we put together a birthday fund-raiser to commemorate another 365 days of fighting for your digital civil liberties. This year, we're celebrating two decades of determined advocacy for freedom wherever bits are found, and the revelry will be unmatched by celebrations past! So on February 10, 2010, come...

EFF's 20th Birthday with Adam Savage and Friends

#node-9411 strong{font-size:1.4em} VIP donors get a limited edition mecha poster! Download a desktop wallpaper! Meet Adam Savage and friends at the VIP event! Join TV geek Adam Savage, and a cast of EFF legends and luminaries at EFF's 20th birthday party! Our birthday fundraiser on February 10th...

EFF Weighs in on Proposed FCC Net Neutrality Rules

Today marks the deadline for the first round of comments to the FCC regarding its proposed "net neutrality" regulations. Here's a quick summary of what EFF had to say in its comments to the Commission: While the question of how to best protect the openness of the Internet is...

EFF Files Comments on Net Neutrality

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) called on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) today to close loopholes in its proposed regulations for network neutrality -- loopholes that could let the entertainment industry and law enforcement hinder free speech and innovation. "The central goal of the net neutrality movement...

EFF Speaking at FTC "Exploring Privacy" Roundtable

EFF Staff Attorneys Lee Tien and Kevin Bankston will be discussing various privacy topics alongside EFF Staff Technologist Peter Eckersley. University of California, Berkeley, School of Law Booth Auditorium, Boalt Hall Berkeley, CA 94720-7200 For up-to-date information: http://www.ftc.gov/bcp/workshops/privacyroundtables

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