January 21, 2010 | By Katina Bishop and Katina Bishop

EFF Turns 20 With Adam Savage and Friends

Every year we put together a birthday fund-raiser to commemorate another 365 days of fighting for your digital civil liberties. This year, we're celebrating two decades of determined advocacy for freedom wherever bits are found, and the revelry will be unmatched by celebrations past!

So on February 10, 2010, come join the celebration of EFF's 20th year defending your digital rights! The fundraiser will be hosted by beloved TV geek Adam Savage at the DNA Lounge in San Francisco, where he will celebrate EFF's two decades as only he can, with the help of many EFF legends and luminaries.

Adrian & the Mysterious D (A+D), the DJ duo that founded the seminal, globe-trotting mashup party "Bootie," will get people moving with their genre-mashing blend of tracks, with guest DJs dropping sets throughout the evening.

Doors open at 8 p.m. We'll be asking for a $30 donation at the door to fund our work defending your digital freedom. Please RSVP to events@eff.org. This is an all ages event. Advance reservations available.

We'll also be holding a special VIP event before the party with Adam Savage, Steve Wozniak, John Perry Barlow, John Gilmore, Mark Klein and other EFF friends and Internet luminaries. Support EFF and come meet many of the amazing people who helped us reach this historic milestone. Make your donation in advance to secure your spot.


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