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Congress Must Investigate Electronic Searches at U.S. Borders

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and a broad coalition, including civil rights groups, professional associations and technologists, called on Congress today to hold oversight hearings on the Department of Homeland Security's search and seizure of electronic devices at American borders. The press has widely reported disturbing stories...

Betrayed MSN Music Customers Deserve More from Microsoft

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging Microsoft Corporation to fix the problems it will cause when it shuts down the MSN Music validation servers, making it impossible for customers to transfer their music files to new computers or even upgrade their operating system. In an open...

EFF Speakers at SanFran MusicTech Summit

The SanFran MusicTech Summit brings together the leading developers in the music and technology space, along with musicians, entrepreneurs, members of the press, investors, service providers, and the organizations who work with them at the convergence of culture and commerce. Joining other digital thought leaders will be EFF Senior...

Emily Berger at Computers, Freedom, and Privacy 2008

Emily Berger will be speaking on a panel at CFP2008. "Patents: The Bleeding Edge of Technology Policy" While patents have long been at the heart of American technology policy, information technology has profoundly challenged the U.S. patent system -- as seen in the intense inter-industry debate over patent reform in...

EFF at RoboGames

Stop by EFF's booth at RoboGames at San Francisco's Fort Mason Center. Thur-Sun, June 13-15, 2008 RoboGames is the world's largest open robot competition (even the Guinness Book of World Records says so!) We invite the best minds from around the world to compete in over 70 different events. Combat...

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