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EFF Panel in Pittsburgh: Architecture Is Policy

Technology design can maximize or decimate our basic rights to free speech, privacy, property ownership, and creative thought. Board members of EFF discuss some good and bad design decisions through the years and the societal impact of those decisions.
Architecture is Policy: The Legal and Social Impact...

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UPDATE: Victory - YouTube Permits Amy Greenfield Art

Update: YouTube responded to the letter from EFF and the National Coalition Against Censorship by doing just what we asked. They state: "We have re-reviewed your videos and have reinstated them with an age gate." This is good news, and YouTube is to be commended for correcting its error. Amy...

EFF at RSA Conference 2010

Come to the EFF booth at the 2010 RSA Conference! We'll be in the Moscone South Hall along the far left wall when you enter. Support your favorite nonprofit while checking out the latest in the infosec industry.
Monday, March 1 6–8 PM (Welcome Reception)

EFF at BSidesSanFrancisco

EFF is proud to join BSidesSanFrancisco this year! Stop by our booth and say hello! Security B-Sides is a community driven unconference built for and by information security community members. The goal is to expand the spectrum of conversation beyond the traditional confines of space and time. It creates opportunities...

Google Buzz Privacy Update

Over the weekend, Google announced significant changes to its new social networking service, Buzz. Responding to criticism (including EFF's), Google moved away from the system in which Buzz automatically sets you up to follow the people you email and chat with most. Instead, Google has adopted an auto-suggest...

Music Journalism is the New Piracy

Imagine you're a music journalist who maintains a blog. You've just found a great, new, virtually-unknown artist that you want to tell the world about. How can you do so, in a way that is simple and convenient for your readers, but does not place you or your blog's host...


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