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Preliminary results of research conducted by the Online Policy Group and Electronic Frontier Foundation found that schools that implement Internet blocking software with the least restrictive settings will block up to 5 percent of search results based on state-mandated curriculum topics.
The problem is that you always have to think about what the device will be used for tomorrow," said Lee Tien, a senior attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
An Appendix includes the following, submitted for the Hearing Record: prepared statement of William Krepick, President and CEO, Macrovision Corporation; prepared statement of Neil MacDonald, Vice President, Director of Research, Gartner; letter from Jonathan Zuck, President of Association for Competitive Technology; and letter from Chris Hoofnagle, Legislative Counsel, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Jason Young, IPIOP Clerk, Electronic Privacy Information Center, and Fred von Lohmann, Senior IP Attorney, Electronic Frontier Foundation.
As a result, he qualified for a prize of $50,000 offered by the Electronic Frontier Foundation in San Francisco, to spur development of cooperative computing technology.
As the recording industry and its lackeys try to close down access to musical content on the net, the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) has challenged them to embrace openness.
This view gains credence in light of the current romance between cyberculture's vaguely countercultural "A" list - as represented by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) - and Newt Gingrich's Progress and Freedom Foundation (PFF), both with visions of the devolution of the centralized state dancing in their heads.
In 1990, he and Mitchell Kapor founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization that promotes freedom of expression in digital media.
and John Barlow, an independent computer professional, founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization that will 'raise and disburse funds for education, lobbying, and litigation in the areas relating to digital speech," as well as seeing that on-line networks and information commons receive the same constitutional protections as other forms of communication.
SEATTLE -- Electronic Frontier Foundation, Eliza Bryant Village, and Doctors Without Borders are all recipients of Azalea Software's continued charitable contributions.
The disclosures, which were in response to a Freedom of Information Act filed by the Electronic Frontier Foundation over two years ago, cover interaction between the intelligence agency and the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court regarding implementation of Section 215 of the Patriot Act - a provision which the NSA uses to collect the call records, and which critics say has overstepped the bounds of national security interests and infringed on Americans' privacy, RT reported.
Earlier this month Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) had announced the launch of Tor challenge inviting people to become members of Tor network.
Most people don't understand they are carrying a tracking device in their pockets," Fox News quoted Kevin Bankston, a lawyer with the Electronic Frontier Foundation, as saying.
John Gilmore, co-founder of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, filed a Privacy Act request demanding access to all unclassified information obtained by DHS' Automated Targeting System, a database that assigns travelers a "risk assessment rating" based on a variety of factors.
If they find this particular method is too risky, they'll just move to something the MPAA isn't searching out yet,'' said Wendy Seltzer, staff attorney at the San Francisco-based Electronic Frontier Foundation.
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