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January 21, 2012
NPR.org

That was a little much for electronic privacy advocate Corrine McSherry, an attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

"What we're talking about here is, you know, copyright infringement," McSherry says. "And that may be a serious problem, but it's a little bit chilling if that can get you dragged from your house in the middle of the night."

January 21, 2012
Bits.Blogs.NYTimes.com

On Friday, lawyers for the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation asked a federal court in Virginia to reveal the names of the other Internet companies from whom the Justice Department solicited information about the three people: Jacob Appelbaum, an American citizen; Birgitta Jonsdottir of Iceland; and Rop Gonggrijp of the Netherlands.

January 20, 2012
Guardian.co..uk

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization that defends free speech online, said in a statement today that the arrests set a "terrifying precedent".

January 20, 2012
TheAtlanticWire.com

In an apparent attempt to push the question of Internet privacy up to the Supreme Court, the American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation are moving forward with an appeal to challenge a U.S. district court ruling in November.

January 20, 2012
searchenginewatch.com

Privacy advocates, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) in Washington, have voiced concerns over online user verification systems, including the risks of increased surveillance or identity theft.

January 20, 2012
Associated Press

The Electronic Frontier Foundation, which defends free speech and digital rights online, said in a statement that the arrests set "a terrifying precedent. If the United States can seize a Dutch citizen in New Zealand over a copyright claim, what is next?"

January 19, 2012
boingboing

Here's a great photo of the beaming staff of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, posed with their laptops showing the sites that were blacked out yesterday. Visitors to EFF's site sent over one million emails to Congress yesterday.

January 19, 2012
TechCrunch

Additionally, Mozilla sent out messages to 9 million people via Facebook, Twitter, and its Firefox + You newsletter, over 20,000 retweeted or Liked these messages, and Mozilla drove 600,000 visits to the EFF’s Strike Against Censorship Page.

January 19, 2012
Washington Post

“It’s unprecedented,” Jonathan Zittrain, a Harvard University professor of law and computer science who serves on the boards of bill opponents Electronic Frontier Foundation and Internet Society, said in an interview. “You could see some members of Congress saying there’s no percentage in it for me to stick out my neck on something like this.”

January 19, 2012
Courthouse News Service

In a friend of the court brief filed Tuesday, Electronic Frontier Foundation says that Facebook targeted Power because it cannot profit off it. Facebook allegedly wanted Power Ventures to use the Facebook interface, "apparently ... [to] have more control over how stored data was accessed and manipulated," according to EFF.

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