April 26, 2012 | By Kurt Opsahl

Introducing the Coders' Rights List

EFF works tirelessly to protect programmers and developers engaged in cutting-edge tech exploration through our Coders' Rights Project.

To help get the word out, today we're introducing the new Coders' Rights List with a short video, which could just be the coolest video about hackers, cats and robots you will see all day.

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