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EFF in the News

July 19, 2011
Technolog on msnbc.com

The incentive to settle is to keep from being named forever in court records as a porno fiend, which "seems to me like it's a good way to make an easy buck," said Julie Samuels, a staff attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, nonprofit advocate for what it calls "freedoms in the networked world."

July 18, 2011
O'Reilly Radar

This could also be a project for the EFF. The EFF has the expertise, they list "innovation" and "fair use" among their causes, and they talk explicitly about trolling on their intellectual property page. But they've typically involved themselves in a smaller number of relatively high-profile cases.

July 17, 2011
The Huffington Post

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July 17, 2011
The Mark

The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is also on board with this initiative, as are a score of law schools across the United States. DDP seeks to modify and balance privacy laws to make sure they are compatible with today’s technological reality.

July 15, 2011
techpresident.com/

The Electronic Frontier Foundation — based in San Francisco and known for its advocacy in support of digital privacy measures — has been encouraging its supporters to aid activists around the world by putting their computers in service of a volunteer-run anonymizing online network called Tor.

July 15, 2011
Death and Taxes Magazine

he legislation is aimed at websites that stream copyrighted content for profit, but the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) believes the bill will “impose a chilling effect around the posting and creation of online video.”

July 15, 2011
San Francisco Chronicle

Other porn companies, media businesses and law firms have embraced similar strategies, which San Francisco digital rights group Electronic Frontier Foundation describes as "copyright trolling."

July 14, 2011
Southern California Public Radio

Guests:

Jennifer Lynch, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation

July 14, 2011
Southern California Public Radio

Guests:

Jennifer Lynch, staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation

July 14, 2011
First Ammendment Coalition

An Electronic Frontier Foundation opinion piece argues that Microsoft and Cisco are more interested in abetting China’s repressive regime than taking a stand for freedom.

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