Anti-Piracy outfit Topple Track has been put on the defence after issuing a DMCA notice to take down a web page from the EFF.
In spite of skepticism from some observers, the Electronic Frontier Foundation has published a game plan to bring the network neutrality fight to congress.
US lawmakers are renewing efforts to censor Internet pornography and add taxes to devices to remove those filters.
The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is urging Internet supporters to continue calling their representatives in Congress. The idea is to keep up the pressure.
The network neutrality debate has been a hot topic over the last few weeks in the US. Now, effort is underway to turn words into action.
We’ve been following the developments of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement for a while now. It seems that the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), is now focusing more on the agreement.
The TPP (Trans-Pacific Partnership) is expected to be signed off tomorrow. It seems that the global anti-TPP movement is only set to step things up on the day of the signing. The EFF is joining a “TPP is Betrayal” rally organized by “Flush the TPP”.
There’s been a recent announcement that says the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) has been finalized. While the announcement may sound like an end, it actually signals the beginning of the next major battle between the people and major corporate conglomerates. We highlight one of the many battlefields: digital rights.
Last month, ASCAP issued a letter hoping to collect donations to fight the copyleft movement. After severe backlash both externally and internally for saying that organizations like Creative Commons, EFF, and Public Knowledge is anti-copyright, you’d think that ASCAP would simply drop the matter. Amazingly, you’d be wrong for thinking that.
The now infamous ASCAP letter, where ASCAP attacked Creative Commons, EFF and Public Knowledge allegedly for undermining their copyright, has generated no shortage of controversy. Was it a one-off incident that was poorly worded? Apparently not.