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EFF Fights for Cell Phone Users' Privacy in Friday Hearing

UPDATE: The hearing has been moved to Friday, February 12, at 9:30am.
Philadelphia - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) will be arguing this Friday before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 3rd Circuit in Philadelphia, urging the court to block a government attempt to seize telephone company...

Patent Office Grants EFF Request for Reexamination of Dangerous VOIP Patent

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has won reexamination of an illegitimate patent on voice-over-Internet protocol (VoIP) that could cripple the adoption of new VoIP technologies.
A company named Acceris Communications Technologies, now C2 Communications Technologies, was awarded the bogus patent for hardware, software, and processes for...

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Blogging ACTA Across The Globe: Lessons From Korea

If there's one country that might have insight into what a post-ACTA future may look like, it's the Republic of Korea. Korea is known as having one of the most advanced networks in the world, but more recently it has also been the recipient of some of the strongest foreign...

Help EFF Research Web Browser Tracking

What fingerprints does your browser leave behind as you surf the web?
Traditionally, people assume they can prevent a website from identifying them by disabling cookies on their web browser. Unfortunately, this is not the whole story.
When you visit a website, you are allowing that site...

Free Press Blogs on FCC's Net Neutrality Plans

Chris Riley, Policy Counsel for Free Press (and former EFF legal intern), has worked up an illuminating multi-part series of blog posts explaining some of the key issues that have been raised in the FCC's net neutrality proceedings (EFF's comments to the FCC echo many of the points discussed)....

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