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Court Crushes Online Journalists' Rights

EFF Asking California Appellate Court to Intervene Santa Clara - Today Santa Clara County Superior Court Judge James Kleinberg ruled that an online journalist's Internet service provider (ISP) can be required to reveal the identities of the reporter's confidential sources to attorneys from Apple Computer, Inc. The court rejected...

WIPO Shutting Out Public Interest Organizations

Experts on Development Won't Be Heard at Crucial Meetings Geneva - Last week, the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) announced that it will shut out most public interest organizations at two important meetings devoted to intellectual property and development. As a result, WIPO delegates from 182 nations will discuss these...

No Ruling Issued Yet in Apple Case

Rights of Online Journalists Hang in the Balance San Jose - A Santa Clara County Superior Court judge today said that he would take under consideration a motion brought by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) that asked the court to protect three online journalists from having to reveal the identities...

Texas Voting Forum Open to the Public

Public Comment Welcome at Feb. 28 Meeting About E-voting Machines Texas - The ACLU and the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) recently won a preliminary injunction in their lawsuit against the state of Texas concerning whether the Texas Open Meetings Act applies to voting technology certification meetings of the state's election...

Patent Threats Hurt Scientific Research

EFF Asks Court to Protect Academic and Competitive Studies Washington, DC - Three consumer advocacy groups including the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) asked the Supreme Court today to protect scientific researchers from patent-based legal threats. The case, Merck v. Integra, deals specifically with information researchers submitted to the Food and...

Online Journalists to Get Their Day in Court

Apple Agrees to Delay Subpoenas Until March 4 Hearing San Jose - After negotiations with the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Apple agreed on Friday to extend the deadline on a subpoena it issued to an online journalist's Internet service provider (ISP) until after a hearing that will determine whether the...

EFF Warns Consumers About the Dangers of EULAs

New White Paper Outlines How Click-Through Agreements Erode Privacy, Fundamental Liberties San Francisco - Today the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) released a white paper warning consumers about how they can be harmed by end user license agreements (EULAs) for consumer electronics and online services. Many EULAs contain terms that...

RFID Tracking Pilot Program Ended in Sutter School

Victory for Students, Parents and Civil Liberties Groups NOTE: This is a press release from the ACLU of Northern California that EFF is passing along for your information. San Francisco - The Sutter-based company InCom announced last night, at a packed special school district meeting, that it would end its...

Celebrate Innovation with EFF on Feb. 22

BayFF Event to Feature Cool Gizmo Demos, Discussion of Legal Threats to Inventors San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) invites the public to join EFF staff members next week in a discussion and celebration of high-tech innovation. The event is part of EFF's BayFF series and will...

EFF Asks Court to Protect Online Journalists

Seeks to Stop Apple From Undermining Reporter's Privilege Santa Clara County, CA - Today the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) asked a California Superior Court for a protective order that would prevent Apple Computer from forcing three online journalists to identify their confidential sources and hand over unpublished materials. EFF...

Mandatory Student ID Cards Contain RFIDs

Parents and Civil Liberties Groups Urge School District to Terminate Use of Tracking Devices NOTE: This is a press release from the ACLU of Northern California that EFF is recirculating for your information. San Francisco - Parents in a northern California public school district and civil liberties groups are urging...

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