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Rubin v. New Jersey (Tidbit)

Jeremy Rubin, a 19 year old MIT student in Massachusetts, developed a computer program called Tidbit with some classmates as part of the Node Knockout Hackaton in November 2013. Tidbit allows users to mine for Bitcoins on a client's computer as a replacement for traditional advertising. Tidbit was presented as a proof of concept and won the award for having the highest innovation score at the hackathon.

Internet Archive v. Hoffman

The Internet Archive has filed a new legal challenge against a New Jersey state law -- N.J. P.L. c.

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NSA Spying

EFF is leading the fight against the NSA's illegal mass surveillance program. Learn more about what the program is, how it works, and what you can do.

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BREAKING: Obama rejects laws mandating backdoors in our communications, but doesn't go nearly far enough:

Oct 9 @ 12:13am

The final TPP text is still secret, but based on what we know so far it's a terrible deal for digital rights:

Oct 8 @ 6:00pm

Great news! Gov. Brown has signed SB 741—a great first step towards limiting the use & acquisition of IMSI catchers in California.

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