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FISA News Roundup

As the Senate prepares to vote on amendments to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act this week -- including the crucial Dodd-Feingold amendment to strip telecom immunity from the bill -- the web is lighting up with news and analysis. A few highlights:
Attorney General Michael Mukasey and Director of...

Fred von Lohmann speaks at USC's "24/7: A DIY Video Summit" in Los Angeles

Panel 3: DIY Media: The Intellectual Property Dilemma
Moderator: Jennifer Urban
Panelists: Yochai Benkler, Lawrence Lessig, Fred von Lohmann
New technologies and Internet distribution are allowing society to experience an explosion of creative works made by ordinary people, youth, and social groups traditionally excluded from the mainstream...

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Fighting for Digital Rights in Europe: Our Next Year

It's been almost a year since EFF opened an office in Brussels and focused our attention on political lobbying in the heart of the European Union. In that time, we've learned a great deal about how policies become EC law and how decisions get made in the EU.

Senate Votes on Surveillance Law This Week

This week, Senators finally cast their votes on amendments to the
Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA). This is a critical week
for the privacy and civil liberties of all Americans — the amendments
are the last chance the Senate has to prevent handing the
Administration a...

EFF Takes Aim at Bogus Online Gaming Patent

San Francisco - The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is challenging a bogus online gaming patent threatening small businesses and innovators of multi-player Internet games.Sheldon F. Goldberg was awarded the illegitimate patent for the "method and system of playing games on a network," and claims to own rights in all online...

CAIR Asks Judge to Throw Out Radio Host's 'Baseless' Lawsuit

***This press release is from the Council on American Islamic Relations (CAIR) and EFF is distributing it on its behalf***
Washington, D.C. - Washington, D.C. - The Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR) today asked a federal judge in California to throw out what it termed a "baseless" lawsuit by...


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