EFF in the News
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, The Center for Constitutional Rights, the National Immigration Project of the National Lawyers Guild, and Generations Ahead filed an amicus brief Monday stating DNA collection violates the 4th Amendment.
What's great about the Humble Indie Bundle is that you get to decide how to divvy up your contribution among four potential recipients: the game developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the Child's Play charity, and your Humble hosts.
The forced collection of DNA samples from arrestees without search warrants violates their Fourth Amendment right to privacy, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) told a federal appeals court in an amicus brief filed Monday.
The third Humble Indie Bundle is now available. It’s your chance to pay whatever you like for Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, VVVVVV, Hammerfight and And Yet it Moves. A portion of each payment is allocated to the developers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Child’s Play.
But before you set the price to .05 US cents, keep in mind that aside from splitting the money five ways, a portion of the proceeds also go to two other organizations: Child’s Play and Electronic Frontier Foundation. The former is a charity organization founded by gamers and the latter is a civil liberties group defending rights in the digital world.
Peter Eckersley is with the Electronic Frontier Foundation..."You should have the right to read what you want in private without someone looking over your shoulder reading along with you. as you pick up a magazine to read it, you don't want the magazine reading you," Eckersley says.
Introducing Humble Indie Bundle 3! Get 5 classic indie games: Crayon Physics Deluxe, Cogs, Hammerfight, VVVVVV and And Yet It Moves for whatever price you want while helping the Child's Play Charity and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Electronic Frontier Foundation -- EFF the leading civil liberties group defending our rights online -- is asking you to TAKE ACTION against another fascist piece of legislation currently before the U.S. House. It threatens your right to privately browse the web and to speak and read anonymously when you're online.
Even some privacy advocates who lambasted Buzz, Google's prior social-networking effort, have lauded Google+. "The product has been designed to make it easier to share with one group of your friends while retaining some measure of privacy with respect to your family, coworkers or other groups of friends," said Peter Eckersley, a senior technologist at privacy-advocacy group Electronic Frontier Foundation, in an email.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation, a cyber-liberties group, has appealed for attorneys licensed to practice in the U.S. to provide their contact information to help advise companies targeted by so-called patent trolls.