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      • EFF will receive funds for every internet search you perform through Goodsearch!
    • I Do Foundation for your wedding registry!
      • I Do Foundation enables betrothed couples to select charities to which family and friends can give donations in their honor. It's easy, convenient, free, and, if you select EFF as your charity, it supports our work to protect digital rights.
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      • Purchase books from No Starch Press and enter the code ISUPPORTEFF at checkout. No Starch will then donate 30% of your purchase to EFF!
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