November 22, 2011 | By Trevor Timm

Introducing @EFFLive

We’re pleased to announce another way to connect with the Electronic Frontier Foundation: our new live-tweeting account @EFFLive. We officially unveiled it last week during the House Judiciary Committee hearing on the Internet blacklist legislation.

With so many events affecting digital civil liberties going on, we want to provide our community with a more in-depth look as they occur. Through @EFFLive, EFF will be participating in Twitter chats, reporting on digital rights conferences, and covering Congressional hearings.  If you’re hungry for rapid-fire, minute-by-minute updates during unfolding events, then check out @EFFLive.

Want even more EFF in your life? Find us on our primary Twitter account, identi.ca, Flickr, Facebook, YouTube, RSS, and sign up for EFFector, our nearly-weekly newsletter.

If you have suggestions for events you think we should live-tweet, or ways we can improve how we do things, please send them to us on Twitter or email trevor@eff.org.


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