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EFF in the News

April 2, 2012
Blogs.NYTimes.com

She appealed the decision and this time was represented by Eugene Volokh and the Electronic Frontier Foundation in a motion for a new trial, which was denied.

April 2, 2012
HOPE

For the entire month of April, we will be donating ten percent of the amount brought in from HOPE ticket sales to the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

April 2, 2012
PCWorld

Legitimate third parties who held the copyright for their data have not been able to access their files since January 19, according to the EFF. The file-sharing site was shut down due to copyright infringement allegations by the U.S. Department of Justice.

April 1, 2012
Associated Press

"Our concern is with all of the drones," said Jennifer Lynch, a staff attorney with the Electronic Frontier Foundation. Small aircraft are hard to see, and large drones can fly high enough to stay out of sight, she said. "I think they all pose different levels of privacy risk."

April 1, 2012
PCMag.com

“What is clear is that Mr. Goodwin, the rightful owner of the data he stored on Megaupload, has been denied access to his property,” civil rights group Electronic Frontier Foundation, who is representing Goodwin, wrote in a legal brief filed Mar. 30.

April 1, 2012
The Verge

Hosting company Carpathia still has them, however, and now the Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a brief in a US District Court for a user who wants his data back.

March 31, 2012
Voxy.com.nz

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) represents Kyle Goodwin, who runs a business reporting on high school sporting events in Ohio

March 31, 2012
Ars Technica Law and Disorder

The Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a brief on behalf of an Ohio man in a federal court case brought by the United States against Kim Dotcom, founder and owner of the file-sharing locker Megaupload. The brief requested that Kyle Goodwin, and users like him, be allowed access to the files they had stored on the currently shuttered site.

March 31, 2012
The Oregonian

"The problem with TPP is we really don't know the policy on intellectual property," says Mira Sutton, international outreach coordinator at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a San Francisco-based advocacy group with a mission of "working to protect fundamental rights regardless of technology," in courts and public debate.

In fact, Sutton points out, "We really don't know any part of it."

March 31, 2012
Death and Taxes Magazine

The Electronic Frontier Foundation claims they are receiving reports that Syrian activists are being exposed to phishing attacks on activist Facebook pages.

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