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EFF in the News

April 3, 2011
Washington Post

“It’s classic opposition research in the digital age,’’ said Cindy Cohn, legal director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a privacy advocacy group. “People are revealing a lot more about themselves on the Internet. It makes compiling information less difficult.’’

April 2, 2011
Blip TV

Chris Palmer at Flourish on EFF Tech Projects

April 1, 2011
Wall Street Journal

Most prominent on the list are the ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, both of which will get $1 million, as well as the University of California at Berkeley, which will get $900,000 divided among two of its technology-law projects.

April 1, 2011
TechNewsWorld

That was the message the EFF's Eva Galperin took to her audience Thursday at the Web 2.0 Expo. "If your business model is giving away your users' data without letting them know, you're probably making traitorware," Galperin said.

April 1, 2011
American Conservative Magazine

And abuse of the Patriot Act’s provisions continues—the Electronic Frontier Foundation has uncovered an instance of FBI misconduct related to a roving wiretap obtained under the Patriot Act:

March 31, 2011
The Raw Story

The digital rights advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) announced Thursday it had discovered violations stemming from the FBI's use of expiring provisions of the USA PATRIOT Act.

March 31, 2011
Kansas City Info Zine

California Senator Leland Yee has introduced the Reader Privacy Act of 2011 (SB 602), with backing from the California Affiliates of the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF).

March 31, 2011
TeleRead

An EFF press release trumpets the introduction of a bill in the California state legislature that would require a warrant or court order for access to sensitive reading records of both print and electronic books.

March 30, 2011
PogoWasRight.org

Join us! On April 5, call the White House and tell President Obama to keep his campaign promises by vetoing any PATRIOT Act renewal bill that lacks substantial new checks and balances to protect the privacy of innocent Americans.

March 28, 2011
Network World

The Electronic Frontier Foundation said Friday that "Microsoft appears to have turned off the always-use-HTTPS option in Hotmail for users in more than a dozen countries," calling the move "deeply disturbing."

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