November 15, 2005 | By Kurt Opsahl

Help EFF Help You!

Now is the time for all good bloggers to come to the aid of their legal rights!

Support Blogger's Rights!

Here at EFF, we're fighting hard for bloggers' rights. We've created the Legal Guide for Bloggers, we're litigating the reporter's privilege for online journalists and we are working hard to defend bloggers' rights to free expression, political speech, and anonymity, just to name a few.

But we need your help to spread the word, grow our membership and keep fighting. So we're launching a special membership campaign specifically for bloggers. We've created a button for you to put in a permanent space on your blog that declares your support for bloggers' rights, and for the work EFF does to support them. The button links to our blogger's rights campaign, http://www.eff.org/bloggers/join/.

We'd like to offer all bloggers who put the button up on their blog a discounted EFF membership. In addition, each month we'll choose one of our favorite blogs to highlight in EFFector, our online newsletter, which reaches over 50,000 people. And the owners of the ten blogs that bring in the most donation money to EFF will receive a pair of EFF's blogger pajama bottoms and an EFF blogger t-shirt. You can support blogger's rights, spread the word about EFF, and become a member at a lower rate.

Check out our various buttons at http://www.eff.org/bloggers/badges/, and join the campaign to support Bloggers' Rights!


Deeplinks Topics

Stay in Touch

NSA Spying

EFF is leading the fight against the NSA's illegal mass surveillance program. Learn more about what the program is, how it works, and what you can do.

Follow EFF

Happening now: TPP negotiators trading away our digital rights in the backrooms of a luxury hotel in Maui. https://eff.org/r.zr7c

Jul 28 @ 6:11pm

We're calling on the Copyright Office to ask USTR to re-think its copyright term proposals in TPP. Join us: https://eff.org/r.4etj

Jul 28 @ 4:41pm

Ethiopian PM Desalegn promised reform, but the country has a long way to go on civil liberties: https://eff.org/r.rl7b

Jul 28 @ 3:37pm
JavaScript license information