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Parody Website Back Online After Settlement of Bogus IP Claims

New York - An activist was able to relaunch her online campaign today after claims were settled out of court for the shutting down of her website challenging redevelopment efforts in New York City's historic Union Square.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) represented website creator Savitri Durkee, an activist...

EFF Leads Call of Support for Live Webcast of RIAA Hearing

Boston - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) urged a federal appeals court today to allow the live webcasting of a hearing in one of the thousands of lawsuits that have been brought against users of peer-to-peer file-sharing systems.
The District Court granted defendant Joel Tenenbaum's request to allow an...

Government Blocks Release of Documents on Secret IP Enforcement Treaty

Washington, D.C. - The Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) is withholding hundreds of documents about a secret intellectual property enforcement treaty currently under negotiation between the U.S. and more than a dozen other countries.
In a pending federal lawsuit, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and Public...

DRM in Microsoft UK's Mobile Music Service

Late last week, Microsoft launched a mobile phone music downloading service in the UK, but the public has quickly focused its attention on Microsoft UK's mystifying choice to include digital rights management (DRM) on its music files. PC Pro reports that the restrictions prevent buyers from playing the music...

Printer Dots

Government Computer News Pans Printer Dots

In a recent review of the HP Color LaserJET CM3530 printer, the magazine Government Computer News called out the use of tracking codes -- which GCN referred to as "a secret spy program" -- as the biggest problem with that printer. GCN found that the yellow dots produced by...


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