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A Field Guide to Copyright Trolls

With all of this talk about copyright trolls and spamigation, it is easy to get confused. Who is suing over copies of Far Cry and The Hurt Locker? Who is suing bloggers? Who is trying to protect their anonymity? Who is defending fair use? What do newspapers have to do...

Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development

Gwen Hinze will be participating in the 60th session of the Committee for Information, Computer and Communications Policy at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development, Paris, representing the Civil Society Information Society Advisory Council. The meeting will discuss issues involving Internet intermediary regulation, legal and policy frameworks for the...

Failcon: User Privacy: Where is the LIne?

EFF's Legal Director Cindy Cohn joins a panel discussing "User Privacy: Where is the Line?" at Failcon '10.
FailCon is the premier conference on start-up failures and how to prepare and recover from them.
Join over 400 entrepreneurs, developers, investors, marketers, service providers, press, and more at...

TEDxSoMa: Openness and Privacy

EFF Senior Technologist Seth Schoen will speak on openness at TEDxSoMa,a unique experience bringing together innovative ideas and people to grow the collective conscience. TEDxSoMa events hope to:
* Foster education, innovation and exploration
* Create an interactive experience
* Inspire collaboration and community
When:...

California Ban on Violent Videogames Violates First Amendment

Washington, D.C. - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and The Progress & Freedom Foundation (PFF) urged the United States Supreme Court Friday to protect the free speech rights of videogame creators and users, asking the justices to uphold a ruling throwing out unconstitutional restrictions on violent videogames.
At issue...

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.

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