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    The Electronic Frontier Foundation, Greenpeace and the Tenth Amendment Center flew an airship over the NSA data center in Bluffdale, UT on Friday, June Electronic Frontier Foundation uploaded.
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    The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), Nadine Strossen, the John Marshall Harlan II Professor of Law, Emerita at New York Law School, and the French American Bar Association urged the court in a brief submitted earlier this month to reject the bill. “We applaud the court for recognizing that citizens’ rights of free speech and expression.
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    The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) was founded in by American author and activist John Perry Barlow and American entrepreneur Mitch Kapor, with additional support from activist John Gilmore and Steve Wozniak, a co-founder of Apple Computer.
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    Jun 29,  · San Francisco—The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) launched a virtual reality (VR) experience on its website today that teaches people how to spot and understand the surveillance technologies police are increasingly using to spy on communities.“We are living in an age of surveillance, where hard-to-spot cameras capture our faces and.

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