Latest Electronic Frontier Foundation Stories
Over the years, what constitutes a threat to copyright has made its way to the highest court in the land, and this week the Electronic Frontier Foundation filed a petitionthat would call for the court to overturn a decision which ruled Oracle could copyright parts of the Java API.
Public Access to License Plate Reader Records Would Hand Tools to Stalkers and Criminals LIVERMORE, Calif., Sept.
Staying “off the grid” when it comes to FBI surveillance appears to be a thing of the past as the FBI has been building a catalog of facial images over the past several years.
On the third annual MoveYourDomain Day, Namecheap will offer special deals to raise funds for online freedom fighters the Electronic Frontier Foundation. New
In a post on his website published late on June 10th, VPNReviewz CEO, Michael Maxstead, announced his support and vowed to do everything in his power to get more transparency in the Trans-Pacific
Michael Maxstead, CEO of VPNReviewz, an internet security and privacy website, takes a closer look at the results of the annual privacy report published by the Electronic Frontier Foundation,
Company Led by Former DC Teacher of the Year and Head of K-12 Education Outreach at Google Creates Site that Curates Children’s Books. Washington, D.C.
The Internet plays a significant role in the lives of many people. This means these users are asking several companies to keep their personal information — addresses, credit card numbers, current location — safe from intruders or even the government.
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