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Eli Lilly Loses Effort to Censor Zyprexa Documents Off the Internet

Judge Rescinds Injunction Against Wiki, Other Websites New York - A U.S. District Court judge today refused Eli Lilly's request to ban a number of websites from publishing leaked documents relating to Zyprexa, Eli Lilly's top-selling drug. Although the judge rejected the First Amendment arguments made by a variety of...

Schneier: Why Microsoft Sold Out Consumers in Vista

Today, the PC industry needs Hollywood more than Hollywood needs the PC. Most consumers rely on traditional consumer electronics devices to view DVDs and TV content, but companies like Microsoft are betting on the converged digital home and desperately want a bigger piece of the media device market. Because of...

EFF Fights to Unmuzzle Citizen Journalists

Free Speech Rights At Stake in Legal Battle Over Controversial Drug Zyprexa New York - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) told a judge Wednesday to remove the legal muzzle on citizen journalists caught up in a court battle over documents relating to the controversial prescription drug Zyprexa. EFF argues that...

EFF Battles Gambit to Freeze Telecom Surveillance Cases

Friday Hearing on Motion to Stay Proceedings During Appeal San Francisco - On Friday, February 9, at 2 p.m., the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will argue that lawsuits against a number of major telecommunications companies for illegally assisting the National Security Agency (NSA) in spying on millions of ordinary Americans...

EFF Tackles New Role in Europe

EFF Europe Office Opens in Brussels San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) opened a new office in Brussels today to work with various institutions of the European Union (EU) on innovation and digital rights, acting as a watchdog for the public interest in intellectual property and civil liberties...

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