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EFF in the News

April 16, 2011
The Inquisitr

The Electronic Frontier Foundation has a post up today about some additional activity by the U.S. Justice Department, Department of Homeland Security and nine U.S. Attorney’s offices that have taken part in the seizure of 82 domains claiming that they were engaged in the sale and distribution of counterfeit goods and illegal copyrighted works.

April 15, 2011
kotaku.com

Hotz today posted a screengrab of a receipt showing a $10,000 payment to the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Internet privacy and digital rights advocacy organization which also supported Hotz during his suit.

April 15, 2011
mobiledia.com

Digital rights activist group Electronic Frontier Foundation recently examined twelve different companies, including Google, Facebook and Microsoft, among others, looking at how they responded to government requests for user data.

April 14, 2011
B92.net

Interview with International Rights Director Katitza Rodriguez.

April 14, 2011
techland.time.com

Apple, Comcast, MySpace, Skype and Verizon are most willing to throw users under the bus when it comes to privacy, says the Electronic Frontier Foundation.

April 13, 2011
Wired: Geek Dad

I’ve really enjoyed the Humble Bundle model — you get a nice bundle of software (productivity apps, games, stuff from indie developers) for a good price, and a chunk of it goes toward causes like the Electronic Frontier Foundation or Child’s Play.

April 13, 2011
Wired.com Threat Level

“Even if we could absolutely be sure that all of the infected Coreflood botnet machines were running the exact code that we reverse-engineered and convinced ourselves that we understood,” said Chris Palmer, technology director for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, “this would still be an extremely sketchy action to take.

April 13, 2011
digitallife.today.com

rs Technica reports that the proposal, which was presented by the San Francisco Police Department to address an increase in violent incidents in close proximity to the city's clubs, has already met with disapproval from civil liberties groups such as PrivacyActivism, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (which compares the proposed rules to a "police state"), the Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, IP Justice, Beat the Chip, Center for Financial Privacy and Human Rights, Patient Privacy Rights, and the Bill of Rights Defense Committee. T

April 13, 2011
Wired.com

I’ve really enjoyed the Humble Bundle model — you get a nice bundle of software (productivity apps, games, stuff from indie developers) for a good price, and a chunk of it goes toward causes like the Electronic Frontier Foundation or Child’s Play.

April 13, 2011
Ars Technica: Law and Disorder

"We are deeply disappointed in the San Francisco Entertainment Commission for considering such troubling, authoritarian, and poorly thought-out rules," warns the Electronic Frontier Foundation, PrivacyActivism, and eight other groups in a letter sent to the Commission.

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