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In 2005, the EFF informed the American publicNov 28 2007

In 2005, the EFF informed the American public that the US government persuaded some printer manufacturers to print a code on each page output by their printers. SpiekerBlog has the details on what the code means (it's a timestamp + serial number).

The WSJ hosts a DRM debate betweenJun 21 2006

The WSJ hosts a DRM debate between Fritz Attaway of the MPAA and Wendy Seltzer of the EFF. "Digital rights management is the key to consumer choice." Zur? Are those irritating anti-theft packaging stickers on DVDs the key to consumer choice as well?

Cory is leaving the EFF (at leastJan 01 2006

Cory is leaving the EFF (at least on a full-time basis; he'll still be an EFF Fellow) to be a full-time writer (Boing Boing, novels, short stories, etc.). Good luck!

Support the EFF and the rights ofNov 30 2005

Support the EFF and the rights of bloggers by putting a badge on your site. Here's a list of things that the EFF is fighting for on behalf of bloggers.

The stupid and ridiculous Broadcast Flag wasMay 09 2005

The stupid and ridiculous Broadcast Flag was struck down in US Appeals Court on Friday. Congratulations to the EFF and Cory on this victory.

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