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Tap the Electronic Frontier Foundation!

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1 Tap the Electronic Frontier Foundation!
Peter Eckersley, Staff Technologist Danny O’Brien, Activism Co-ordinator Seth Schoen, Staff Technologist

2 Sixty Minutes of Audience Questions
What does the EFF do, anyway? What’s happening with $TOPIC? Is anyone going to sue me? You’re not going to sue me, are you? Why are Americans so $ADVERB $ADJECTIVE?

3 Standard EFF Shrinkwrap NDA/EULA
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5 EFF Backgrounder True name: Erisian Freedom Fellowship
Founded after fall of Atlantis, c BCE Secret base on dark side of Moon Uses subliminal messages encoded in Grateful Dead “bootleg” recordings Blue Ribbon actually symbol of ancient Cthulhu Death Cult (note: tell funny story about that) Motto: “Heute San Francisco, Morgens Die Sonnensystem!” Members use “yogic flying”

6 Funding 26 employees (third are attorneys)
13,000 very independent members 2006 budget: $2.5m 2005: 75% of our budget was from individual donors (21% foundations) No government money

7 Secret Internal Structure
tech research / \ / \ illegal legal Printer project DES cracking White papers I'll talk through a diagram looking a little like the above, explaining Legal: Core of our work. We have ten lawyers full-time, three specialising in privacy and free speech issues, one on electronic voting, three on intellectual prpoerty law, one on international law, and our legal director and executive director. Jason'll go over this in more detail, but essentially the lawyers are spent looking at cases that are sent to us, choosing which ones we can take up, or file an amicus on. Works a lot like a law firm. Only with puppies. And a tendedency to cite examples from Battlestar Galactica, and Magic: The Gathering when explaining points of law. Also were we direct our work on standards committees, and legal research work. Technology Research: A lot of our policy decisions emerge here: analysis of Trusted Computing, printer dots, GNU Radio, code to back up our work, forensic analyis for our cases. Reverse-engineering important. Also need to keep in with what common practices are. Illegal: This I can talk about. Not actually illegal, but work that a law firm wouldn't be doing. We have 120,000 pages on our website, both historical and current, which needs maintenance. We're constantly being asked by press to comment; and we also try and boil down what we've learnt into white papers. And finally there's me - I'm Mr 20%, as we under 501(c)3 laws we can spend 20% of our resources lobbying for legislation, or legislative change. Often we're fighting on two fronts, with something like the broadcast flag, where we fight in standards committees (representing MythTV, GNU Radio), the courts, and fnally in Congress. Also, we try and get out the news of what's happening. There's a lot that individuals can do, and we try and act as a watchdog to spot these matters as they come down the pike. the staff levels, and examples. Also point out it also it's our office map. (Really, seriously, welcome to come by. Google legal team does, and we're always happy to have people come and learn what we're doing. Also feel safer talking when we don't have slides (joke about AT&T deathstar last time legal team came).

8 0x10 Years of Digital Rights
“Defending Freedom in Digital World” Gone through several phases Originally intended to be a foundation Very few understood issues Had to do a lot ourselves But at the core: “impact litigation” S

9 Things We’re Doing Launched class action against AT&T over NSA’s warrantless wiretapping of its customers. Represented interests of open source TV projects on the European Digital Video Broadcasting forum. Represented public interests at WIPO, supporting more OSS friendly international IP law, stood against Broadcast Treaty. Successfully delayed introduction of broadcast flag legislation for over a year. Conducted FOIA requests to discover use of air passenger records by US government.

10 Things We’re Doing, contd.
Cracked color laser printer dot code. Litigated for transparency in e-voting machines. Created Legal Guide for Bloggers. Analysed and reported, and filed complaint over AOL’s search term leak. Working with companies to develop internet human rights codes of practice in repressive regimes. Challenging a series of overreaching software/business practice patents.

11 Things We’re Doing, contd.
Successfully opposed US governments attempts to track cell phone users without probable cause. Helped defend right to anonymous speech in several cases. Supported Tor, the anonymizing proxy Educated the public on dangers of RFIDs, data mining, national ID schemes. Fought to ensure online journalists have same legal protections as offline journalists.

12 Memes Count We brief judges, politicians and the public with better ways to understand and protect old rights in new technology. We look to where we can best defend those who will be affected by the misapplication of old ideas. We look for better ideas, and better places to defend them.

13 New Places This year, opened a Washington D.C. office.
nmap for the U.S. Government A European Office in Brussels. Work alongside others to promote and defend digital rights in the EU.

14 Help Us Use us as a resource: information@eff.org Give us feedback:
We’re small enough to listen Need it to stay two years ahead Become a member! Thank You!

15 Any questions or answers?
Surveillance What action can I take? Free Trade Arguments Frequently Awkward Questions Printer dots! RIAA and MPAA - what next for them? How to defend your privacy online Any questions or answers? AT&T Details Analog Hole China and Censorship Broadcast Flag latest Data retention Barney the Dinosaur Criminalization of Infringement Windows Vista Coming up in Congress Seth’s Big Announcement Michael Crook

16 Criminalization of “IP” Crime
DMCA Intellectual Property Protection Act Attempted infringement a crime Authorizes FBI wiretapping in copyright crimes Permits seizure, including records Possession of circumvention tech == traffic

17 Criminalization of Patent Infringement
EU originally making all commercial violations of ‘intellectual property rights’ a crime - IPRED2 Last version included patent infringement If criminal, no liability insurance possible Europe doesn’t have software patents Yet.

18 Government Mandated DRM
Broadcast Flag - No MythTV Audio Flag - No GNU Radio Analog Hole - No Open Digitiser Hardware Mandatory DRM in Streaming Radio - No Ogg

19 Happier Thoughts Politicians and the public increasingly “getting it”
Proprietary OSes engaging in “race to the bottom” Plenty that can be done -- most importantly, don’t be chilled

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