8 Reasons Why Woz Still Matters

The EFF is a noted advocacy group that takes up causes often related to free speech, privacy, and digital rights in general. It's gone on to fight high-level court cases and was instrumental in spreading awareness about Congress's censorship-based SOPA legislation.

Wozniak is one of the three people who provided the initial money for the group to get its wheels turning in 1990.

Tuesday, September 3, 2013
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