Government Argues That Law Professor Cannot Challenge Regulation Requiring Him to Get Permission Before Teaching and Publishing Because He Did Not Apply for That Permission
Oral Argument in Junger v. Christopher Set for Wednesday, November 20
Cleveland, Ohio, Tuesday, October 1, 1996 For Immediate Release
Electronic Frontier Foundation Contacts:
Shari Steele, Staff Counsel 301/375-8856, email@example.com
John Gilmore, Founding Board Member 415/221-6524, firstname.lastname@example.org
Cindy Cohn, McGlashan & Sarrail 415/341-2585, email@example.com
San Francisco, CA -- On Friday, September 20, 1996, Judge Marilyn Hall Patel will hold hearings in...
For Immediate Release Cleveland, Wednesday, August 7, 1996
For More Information Contact: Raymond Vasvari (216) 522-1925 Gino Scarselli (216) 291-8601
More Information Will Be Available at: URL: http://samsara.law.cwru.edu
A Case Western Reserve University law professor filed suit today in federal...
July 26, 1996 Electronic Frontier Foundation
Contacts: Shari Steele, Staff Counsel 301/375-8856, firstname.lastname@example.org
Mike Godwin, Staff Counsel 510/548-3290, email@example.com
Lori Fena, Executive Director 415/436-9333, firstname.lastname@example.org
San Francisco, CA -- A University of Illinois at Chicago faculty member who is suing...
April 17, 1996 Electronic Frontier Foundation Contacts: Shari Steele, Staff Counsel 301/375-8856, email@example.com Lori Fena, Executive Director 415/436-9333, firstname.lastname@example.org
Denying the government's motion for dismissal in mathematician Daniel Bernstein's suit against the State Department, Judge Marilyn Hall Patel in the Northern District of California...
On October 20th in San Francisco, we'll have the first public hearing in the EFF/Bernstein lawsuit, which seeks to have the export laws on cryptography declared unconstitutional. You are invited!
Meet at the Federal Building in San Francisco, 450 Golden Gate Avenue. The first "oral arguments"...
60 Minutes CBS News 555 West 57th Street New York, NY 10019
Dear 60 Minutes,
Your February 26 story on computer security missed the most important point -- the United States Government requires network providers to keep their systems easily exploited. Encryption would...
In a move aimed at expanding the growth and spread of privacy and security technologies, the Electronic Frontier Foundation is sponsoring a federal lawsuit filed today seeking to bar the government from restricting publication of cryptographic documents and software. EFF argues that the export-control laws, both on their face and...
By Rory J. O'Connor Mercury News Staff Writer
A Berkeley mathematician sued the State Department Tuesday, in a case designed to challenge the government's designation of encryption software as a ``munition'' subject to extensive export controls.
The policy has prevented even the publication of...