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The Last Lie for TSA?

Wired reporter Ryan Singel has a must-read piece providing an update on the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) outrageous behavior in testing the fundamentally flawed "Secure Flight" passenger-surveillance program: Homeland Security officials who defied Congress and misled the public by creating secret files on American citizens while testing a...

Internet Entrepreneur Joe Kraus Joins EFF Board

Founder of DigitalConsumer.org Is a Perfect Fit for Digital Liberties Organization San Francisco, CA - This week, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) welcomes the newest member of its executive board, Internet entrepreneur Joe Kraus. The founder of DigitalConsumer.org, a grassroots organization devoted to helping consumers get fair use access to...

You Have 48 Hours to Stop the Broadcast Flag

Rumor is afoot that Hollywood is taking another crack at the Broadcast Flag on Capitol Hill, this time by sneaking a Flag provision into an appropriations bill before the Senate. If what we hear is true, the provision will be introduced before a subcommittee tomorrow and before the full...

MGM v. Grokster Press Conference Following Supreme Court Decision

Note: The Electronic Frontier Foundation is participating in this press conference with other members of the Morpheus and Grokster legal teams and public interest groups. We are recirculating this press release from StreamCast (Morpheus) for your information. What: Post-Grokster press conference, with members of the StreamCast (Morpheus) and Grokster legal...

Upholding the Legality of Reverse Engineering

Judges Weigh Issues in Eighth Circuit Videogame Case St. Louis, MO - Judges in the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals heard oral arguments this morning in Blizzard v. BnetD, a case that pits the large videogame corporation against three game-loving software developers. The developers were sued because they created...

Why Isn't Secure Flight Grounded?

This week brought yet another privacy scandal for the Transportation Security Administration's (TSA) fundamentally flawed "Secure Flight" passenger surveillance program. The Department of Homeland Security's (DHS) chief privacy officer, Nuala O' Connor-Kelly, is launching an investigation to find out whether the program broke federal privacy law by hiding from the...

EFF Releases Legal Guide for Bloggers

Whether you're a newly minted blogger or a relative old-timer, you've been seeing more and more stories pop up every day about bloggers getting in trouble for what they post. Like all journalists and publishers, bloggers sometimes publish information that other people don't want published. You might, for example...

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