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EFF in the News

May 11, 2011
Ecommerce Times

Also, organizations such as the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) have a more fundamental problem with the Net neutrality proposed policy, since the EFF just doesn't trust the FCC at all: "Historically, the FCC has sometimes shown more concern for the demands of corporate lobbyists and 'public decency' advocates than it has for individual civil liberties."

May 10, 2011
Wired.com Threat Level

In that light, the EFF is demanding Hunt award attorneys’ fees and possibly damages for allegedly wrongly bringing the case against Democratic Underground.

May 10, 2011
Government Computer News

he FBI uses special spyware to track the online actions of suspects, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has learned in secret documents obtained through a Freedom of Information Act request.

May 10, 2011
PCWorld

Digital rights group The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which is opposed to the USCG's activities, has described the group's lawsuits as "predatory."

May 10, 2011
mediapost.com

The EFF argues that Stephens Media's assignment of rights to Righthaven is a sham; additionally, the EFF is seeking a ruling stating that the Democratic Underground didn't infringe copyright of either the newspaper or Righthaven.

May 10, 2011
Mercury News.com

His bill is supported by the American Civil Liberties Union, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Google, among others. There was no registered opposition.

May 9, 2011
The Sacramento Bee

His bill is supported by the American Civil Liberties Union, Electronic Frontier Foundation and Google, among others. There was no registered opposition.

May 9, 2011
Laughing Squid

Molly Crabapple created the wonderful new Electronic Frontier Foundation poster “What Is Tor?”, that helps explain how the online anonymity service Tor works.

May 9, 2011
govinfosecurity.com

The West Virginia Democrat, in a statement, said the bill has been endorsed by the American Civil Liberties Union, Consumer Federation of America, Consumers Union, Electronic Frontier Foundation, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, Consumer Watchdog, Consumer Action and the Center for Digital Democracy.

May 8, 2011
Pacific Free Press

Late last month, EFF staff attorney Jennifer Lynch reported the group had "recently received documents from the FBI that reveal details about the depth of the agency's electronic surveillance capabilities and call into question the FBI's controversial effort to push Congress to expand the Communications Assistance to Law Enforcement Act (CALEA) for greater access to communications data."

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