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EFF in the News

June 11, 2011
CNN

"Whiste-blowing by definition threatens 'the interests of others,'" said EFF attorney Hanni Fakhoury. "Every time someone uploads a scoop to SafeHouse, they jeopardize someone's interest in order to inform the public of what's actually going on."

June 10, 2011
CNN Money.com

They're copyright trolls," says Corynne McSherry, intellectual property director at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a digital rights organization. "They take a dragnet approach to litigation."

June 10, 2011
Seattle Times

Microsoft won support from tech frenemies Apple, Google, even open-source advocate Electronic Frontier Foundation.

June 9, 2011
Techdirt

On the flip side, however, we have the EFF's form, which makes it easy for you to tell your elected officials why you disapprove of PROTECT IP and would like them to vote against it. Unlike Universal Music's form, the EFF form appears to be totally and completely editable.

June 9, 2011
SFWeekly

Luckily, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has put out a very quick and easy tutorial on how to disable the setting, part of their continuing efforts to protect the privacy of Facebook users.

June 8, 2011
KQED

You may have had a process server knock on your door and serve you legal papers. But as KQED's Peter Jon Shuler reports, someday the court might be able to serve papers through Facebook. Comment from EFF Staff Attorney Jennifer Lynch.

June 8, 2011
mollycrabapple.com

Poster I designed for the Electronic Freedom Frontier to help explain the Tor Project (ie what single handedly kept the internet running during the Egyptian revolution.) If you set up 5 or more Tor rallys, the EFF will send you a copy.

June 7, 2011
REDIFF Business

Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non-profit organization based in the United States, has been spearheading fight to defend free speech, privacy, innovation and consumer rights since its foundation in 1990.

June 7, 2011
PCWorld

In 2005, the Electronic Frontier Foundation cracked the anticounterfeiting code on a Xerox color laser printer; the documents the EFF examined were date- and time-stamped, and could be traced to the location of the printer.

June 6, 2011
bloomberg.com

The program was developed by the EFF and the Tor Project, a global network of servers offering anonymous Web surfing.

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