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EFF Supports Consumer Right To Repair, Resell Patented Goods

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) today urged the U.S. Supreme Court to protect consumers' traditional right to use, repair, and resell the products they own, even if those products are patented. At stake is the enforceability of "single use" and "not for resale" labels on patented products.
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Mr. Klein Goes to Washington: Press Roundup

Last week, AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein headed to Washington D.C. to ask lawmakers to reject immunity for telecoms that assisted with the Bush administration's warrantless spying program. Mr. Klein's story deserves ample attention, as his first-hand experiences at AT&T deliver a concrete picture of dragnet spying in contrast to empty,...

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Mr. Klein Goes to Washington: Initial Press Coverage of AT&T Whistleblower's Discoveries of Illegal Spying

Telecommunications technician and AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein is in Washington D.C. this week, meeting with journalists and congressional staffers to speak out against legislation that aims to immunize lawbreaking telecoms by halting cases like EFF's class-action lawsuit against AT&T. The New York Times and the Washington Post have both...

Right-wing Bloggers and MoveOn Unite on Fair Use of Debate Footage

Last week, an alliance of right-wing bloggers joined the progressive public policy organization MoveOn in opposing the Fox News Channel for sending cease and desist letters to Republican presidential candidates that used Fox News clips in their TV ads. The barrage of cease and desist letters came after Fox...

AT&T Whistleblower to Urge Senate to Reject Blanket Immunity for Telecoms

Washington, D.C. - On Wednesday, November 7, at 10:30am, telecommunications technician and AT&T whistleblower Mark Klein will speak out at a press conference on Capitol Hill, explaining why he is asking lawmakers to reject immunity for telecoms who assisted the Bush administration's spying on millions of Americans.
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Video: DMCA Safe Harbors and Viacom v. YouTube

Last week I had the privilege of being on a panel of legal experts to discuss the DMCA's "safe harbors" for online service providers, particularly as they might apply in the Viacom v. YouTube litigation. The video of the event has now been made available, so for those who are...

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