The Electronic Frontier Foundation The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) with phone numbers and links of world wide activism organizations. http://www.interware.it/users/giz/eff/activism.htm
Extractions: P.O. Box 170190 San Francisco CA 94117 USA +1 202 861 7700 (voice) +1 202 861 1258 (fax) AFTER AUG. 17: +1 415 668 7171 (voice) +1 415 668 7007 (fax) +1 202 861 1223 (BBS - 16.8k ZyXEL) +1 202 861 1224 (BBS - 14.4k V.32bis) Internet: email@example.com The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to protecting and promoting the civil liberties of the users of online technology. EFF's work includes educating policymakers, law enforcement and citizens about the issues that affect our current and future communications. EFF is dedicated to providing critical information to the online community through our newsletters (hardcopy and electronic), BBS (Outpost), Internet mailing lists, Usenet newsgroups and online archives (ftp, gopher, wais and www). We believe that citizen involvement is the best way to guarantee that the future of our online communications will be consistant with our traditions of free speech and privacy. EFF members participate in a special kind of activism that includes electronic mail campaigns and online political organizing. For more information on membership in the Electronic Frontier Foundation, send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. * CONTACTING EFF
Extractions: Follow TG Daily: Twitter Facebook RSS Feed Register ... Feed Bladerunner chess set blends dystopian elegance with gothic cyberpunk Can Windows Phone 7 run apps with the screen off? Descendents Reunite to Headline Fun Fun Fun Fest in Austin and more [Unplugging] US State Department wages diplomatic war on Twitter All your video games are belong to us Video: Boonana pwns and owns three operating systems China says it will not be stingy with its rare earth Feminists outraged over Gawker's treatment of Christine O'Donnell This flexible color AMOLED is just 0.01cm thick Asus wants to be an iPad killer Apple now ranks #4 in global phone sales Verizon issues Droid 2 update, blocks phone modifiers Kindle app confirmed for Windows Phone 7 Sony releasing standalone 320 GB PS3 for $350 Defendant told by judge to stay off Xbox Live Home Emma Woollacott Fri 29th Oct 2010, 04:57 am back-door eff government Share on Twitter ... Add / View comments tweetmeme_url = 'http://www.tgdaily.com/security-features/52253-eff-challenges-government-to-prove-it-needs-greater-surveillance-abilities'; tweetmeme_source = 'tgdaily'; Share The Electronic Frontier Foundation has filed a suit against three government agencies, aiming to challenge their assertion that 'back doors' should be incorporated into all communications systems for security reasons.
Privacy | Electronic Frontier Foundation The Electronic Frontier Foundation s collection of articles relating to issues of Privacy. These range from proposed and enacted legislation to resource lists for activists. http://www.eff.org/issues/privacy
Slashdot | EFF Takes Bnetd Case Blizzard is attempting to squash the Battle.net emulator and open source bnetd project. The EFF has taken the case. News and reader discussion. Slashdot http://games.slashdot.org/article.pl?sid=02/03/12/1332243
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Extractions: There is an increasing variety of options for purchasing music online, but also a growing thicket of confusing usage restrictions. You may be getting much less than the services promise. In other words, in this brave new world of "authorized music services," law-abiding music fans often get less for their money than they did in the old world of CDs (or at least, the world before record companies started crippling CDs with DRM, too). Unfortunately, in an effort to attract customers, these music services try to obscure the restrictions they impose on you with clever marketing. This guide "translates" the marketing messages by the major services, giving you the real deal rather than spin. Understanding how DRM and the DMCA pose a danger to your rights will help you to make fully informed purchasing decisions. Before buying DRM-crippled music from any service, you should consider the following examples and be sure to understand how the service might limit your ability to make lawful use of the music you purchase. Apple iTunes Music Store Says...
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Extractions: Free Documentation License". Recently Our Clan Server went down due to some technical difficulties, however I am pleased to announce that it has been looked into and the appropiate action has been taken. The server is back up and running... To all Members and Guests, We are proud to announce that we have launched a Wikipedia article about the EliteFightingForces. It can be found here or by typing http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/EliteFightingForces... EliteFightingForces
Extractions: your rights in the digital world. Home About Our Work Deeplinks Blog ... Related Issues: Trusted Computing Attachment Size Trusted Computing PDF 197.02 KB October 2003 Computer security is undeniably important, and as new vulnerabilities are discovered and exploited, the perceived need for new security solutions grows. "Trusted computing" initiatives propose to solve some of today's security problems through hardware changes to the personal computer. Changing hardware design isn't inherently suspicious, but the leading trusted computing proposals have a high cost: they provide security to users while giving third parties the power to enforce policies on users' computers against the users' wishes they let others pressure you to hand some control over your PC to someone else. This is a "feature" ready-made for abuse by software authors who want to anticompetitively choke off rival software. It needn't be this way: a straightforward change to the plans of trusted computing vendors could leave the security benefits intact while ensuring that a PC owner's will always trumps the wishes of those who've loaded software or data onto the PC.
Extractions: your rights in the digital world. Home About Our Work Deeplinks Blog ... Free Speech If you're a blogger, this page is for you. One of EFF's goals is to give you a basic roadmap to the legal issues you may confront as a blogger, to let you know you have rights, and to encourage you to blog freely with the knowledge that your legitimate speech is protected. To that end, we have created the Legal Guide for Bloggers , a collection of blogger-specific FAQs addressing everything from fair use to defamation law to workplace whistle-blowing. In addition, EFF continues to battle for bloggers' rights in the courtroom: Bloggers can be journalists (and journalists can be bloggers). We're battling for legal and institutional recognition that if you engage in journalism, you're a journalist, with all of the attendant rights, privileges, and protections. (See Apple v. Does Bloggers are entitled to free speech. chill your legitimate speech. (See OPG v. Diebold
Informing Ourselves To Death A speech given by Neil Postman, German Informatics Society. http://w2.eff.org/Net_culture/Criticisms/informing_ourselves_to_death.paper
Daily Python-URL Contains links to assorted resources from the Python universe, compiled by PythonWare. http://www.pythonware.com/daily/
Extractions: pythonware.com products library search ... daily Python-URL! Daily Sporadic news from the Python universe, presented by your friends at PythonWare Blogs of Note: Daily Python-URL Guido van Rossum: #20yearsago I created Python. Steve Holden: People Using Python "The Python Software Foundation has embarked on a mission to find out more about Python users. We want to know as much about the organizations that use Python as possible. If you want to give us information about any Python usage at all (even organizations other than the one you work for) please fill out this form. We don't even need your details, and we'll filter for duplicates." Guido van Rossum: So you want to learn Python? Andy Smith: Beards of Python Andrew Dalke: Python 0.9.1p1 Zed Shaw: One Laptop Battery Later And I'm A Django Fan "One laptop battery later, and I've completed teh django tutorial. Man django is *very* nice." Thomas Guest: Longest common subsequence Steve Holden: Help Publicize PyCon "It's going to be difficult to get PyCon to exceed last year's numbers given the parlous state of the economy. One way you can help is to male yourself a part of its publicity campaign." Simon Wittber: Giant, Python Powered Robots.
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Extractions: During 1994 to 1996, a strong need was felt for the mechanized application systems in order to minimize the defects, improve the reliability, increase productivity along with quality and reduce cost. That is where we pioneered the mechanization of various application activities, which lead to the improved confidence of our clients.