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CES 2007: The (Hopefully) Eternal Analog Hole

If you want to liberate your media from its DRM chains without circumventing them, you are increasingly dependent on the analog hole (all your digital outputs are belong to Hollywood, right?). We've already talked up the Neuros MPEG4 Recorder on this blog, and at CES we found a similar...

CES 2007: DRM, Device "Integration," HD Cable on the PC

Michael Gartenberg sums up one theme of CES nicely: "A few years ago, it was all about convergence, the merging of all functionality into a single device. This year, it's all about how to integrate the diversity of devices that consumers are using into a whole that allows for...

Back Off, Eli Lilly

On January 4, a federal judge issued an injunction prohibiting the whole world from posting links to important documents about Eli Lilly's drug, Zyprexa, on a public wiki. On January 8, EFF was in court on behalf of one of the wiki's contributors. Here's the story in a nutshell. ...

CES 2007: What Disney Said!

This evening at CES 2007, Disney's CEO Bob Iger delivered a keynote jam-packed with multimedia glitz. But here's the line that got the spontaneous audience applause: "The best way to combat piracy is to bring content to market on a well-timed, well-priced basis." In fact, he didn't say a...

CES 2007: What Gary Said

We're here in Las Vegas at CES 2007, reporting on the fair use technologies that are either in danger, or nonexistent, thanks to legal threats from Hollywood and the major record labels. So it was great to hear CEA chief Gary Shapiro say, during his morning keynote opening...
Transparency

Follow the Media-to-Congress Money Trail

Want to know if your Congressional representatives filled their campaign coffers with the entertainment industry's cash? Look no further than the Center for Public Integrity's awesome Media Tracker. The new version helps you learn more about major media companies, including a detailed history of all campaign contributions to all...

Celebrate EFF's Sweet 16 on Jan. 11 in San Francisco!

All teenagers have big dreams for their sweet 16, and EFF is no different: we want to throw the Best Party Ever, we want a new car, and we want to secure your digital rights. We're kidding about the car, but please do join EFF for a birthday bash to...

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