EFF is celebrating 21 years of defending civil liberties in the digital world! Join us as nerdcore and chiptune artists Dual Core, Crashfaster, Trash80, and Doctor Popular sling dope rhymes and bangin' bleeps for EFF's 21st birthday at the future-focused BAMM.tv studio in San Francisco. There will be an open bar while supplies last! You can get tickets now at https://www.eff.org/birthday or watch the performance live streamed at bamm.tv
Tell your congressperson to vote NO to the PATRIOT Act! The PATRIOT reauthorization bill being fast-tracked to the House floor contains NO reforms to the law, and is expected to be voted upon any day now, likely with NO debate and NO opportunity for amendments to add oversight and accountability. Help stop this sneak attack on your civil liberties: tell your Congressperson to vote "NO" on H.R. 514, the PATRIOT extension bill.
A federal court has unsealed motions filed by the EFF, the ACLU, and others concerning government attempts to obtain Twitter account records in connection with its Wikileaks investigation. One motion asks for the unsealing of court records detailing the government's attempts to collect private records from Twitter as well as other companies who may have received demands for information from the government. The second motion seeks to overturn the court order requiring Twitter to provide information about its users.
EFF to Judge: Watch for Fairness in Mass Copyright Suits Judges across the country are cracking down on unfair
tactics by copyright trolls. EFF has asked a federal judge
in Washington, D.C. to do the same, urging her to consider
recent developments recognizing it is improper to join
thousands of people in one lawsuit based solely on the fact
that they all allegedly used the same software protocol to
share one or more copyrighted works.
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Join EFF at BSidesSanFrancisco! Security B-Sides is a
community driven unconference built for and by information
security community members. It is an intense event with
discussions, demos and interaction from participants.
Location: San Francisco, CA
Date: February 13, 2011
Join us as nerdcore and chiptune artists Dual Core,
Crashfaster, Adam WarRock, and Trash80 sling dope rhymes
and bangin' bleeps for EFF's 21st birthday at the
future-focused BAMM.tv studio in San Francisco.
Location: San Francisco, CA
Date: February 16, 2011
Co-sponsored by the Electronic Frontier Foundation, this
symposium will unite some of the key figures in the history
of 47 U.S.C. 230, widely regarded as the most important
Internet specific law.
Location: Santa Clara, CA
Date: March 4, 2011
EFF Senior Staff Attorney Lee Tien will participate on a
panel discussion regarding Online Advertising Privacy at
Yale Law School's Information Society Project's Spring
Location: New Haven, CT
Date: March 25-26, 2011
EFF is a proud partner of two SOURCE Security Conferences!
In addition to advanced technical talks, SOURCE offers
workshops on entrepreneurship, management strategies, job
interviewing, presentation skills, and proficiencies and
strategies designed for the security industry.
Location: Boston, MA
Date: April 20, 2011
Location: Seattle, WA
Date: June 15-16, 2011
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