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EFF to Court: Linking Is Not Copyright Infringement

Los Angeles, California—Playboy Entertainment's lawsuit accusing acclaimed website Boing Boing of copyright infringement—for doing nothing more than reporting on a historical collection of Playboy centerfolds—is groundless and should be thrown out, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) told a federal court today. As EFF and co-counsel Durie Tangri...

EFA Organizers' Teleconference

Are you part of a student group, community organization, or hacker space? If not, do you know others who share your concerns about digital rights? Whether you're working to raise a voice in your community for privacy, security, creativity, access to knowledge, and free expression—or whether you're looking for ways...

DRM Puts the Brakes on Innovation

We're taking part in Copyright Week, a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, various groups are taking on different elements of copyright law and policy, and addressing what's at stake, and what we need to do to make...

Community Broadband: Privacy, Access, and Local Control

Communities across the United States are considering strategies to protect residents’ access to information and their right to privacy. These experiments have a long history, but a new wave of activists have been inspired to seek a local response to federal setbacks to Internet freedom, such as the FCC’s decision...

Patent Litigation Transparency

EFF works to push back against unjustified sealing of documents in court cases, including in patent cases where improper sealing is practically routine. The public has a First Amendment right to access court proceedings and this right is violated when documents are sealed without good reason. Ultimately, we hope that...

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