Press Releases: July 2006

Judge's Refusal to Dismiss EFF's Spying Case Sets Stage for Congressional Showdown

Ruling Comes as Senators Consider Dramatic Changes to Surveillance Law San Francisco - A federal judge has refused to dismiss the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF's) case against AT&ampT for collaborating with the NSA in illegal spying on millions of ordinary Americans, setting the stage for a congressional showdown over proposed...

EFF's Spying Case Moves Forward - Judge Denies Government's Motion to Dismiss AT&T Case

San Francisco - A federal judge today denied the government's motion to dismiss the Electronic Frontier Foundation's (EFF's) case against AT&ampT for collaborating with the NSA in illegal spying of millions of ordinary Americans. This allows the case to go forward in the courts. EFF Staff Attorney Kevin Bankston, EFF...

Anonymity Preserved for Critics of Oklahoma School Official

Subpoena Withdrawn After EFF Intervenes Tulsa, Oklahoma - An Oklahoma school superintendent has dropped his attempt to unmask the identities of a website operator and all registered users of an Internet message board devoted to discussion of local public schools after the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) intervened in the case...