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Southern California Linux Expo

Stop by EFF's Booth at the Southern California Linux Expo. There's something for everyone! You can attend talks by developers, see what is new for beginners, and best of all find out the latest news at EFF! We're proud to support the Open Source community.
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SHMOOCON 2012

ShmooCon is ALREADY SOLD OUT! But don't despair - ShmooCon will be streaming all content live. That means you'll still be able to catch EFF Senior Staff Attorney Marcia Hofmann's talk,as well as that of EFF Staff Attorney Hanni Fakhnoury.
Senior Staff Attorney Marcia Hofmann joins Jerome Radcliffe in...

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This Week in Censorship: Iran Further Retreats from the World, Belarus Reigns in E-Commerce, and Turkey Democratizes Site Filtering

Slowed Connections in Iran Spark Fears of Intranet Implementation
Late last week, the Iranian government descended deeper into authoritarianism, ordering the takedown of former president Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani's website. Rafsanjani, who heads an advisory body to Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei, had previously refused to remove content critical...

Companies Compete on Free Expression

Businesses have long known that offering better service and cheaper prices can lure customers, but many of today’s Internet companies are now learning that a commitment to free expression can also be a distinct market advantage. Namecheap saw clear evidence of this last week with their anti-SOPA campaign, in which...

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2011 in Review: Four Cases That Promoted Transparency in 2011

2011 was an important year for court decisions interpreting the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). The Supreme Court issued two decisions that promoted government transparency and limited the scope of FOIA exemptions, while two district courts addressed how the government administers FOIA. All of those decisions will help shape FOIA...

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