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  1. Google, Twitter, LinkedIn Earn Top Ratings on Data Privacy

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is reporting that social networking and web service companies are making strides towards becoming more transparent with users. report, the online activist group lauded a number of major companies for their...

  2. New Gmail, YouTube, Blogger Users Join Google+ by Default

    Privacy advocates, including the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) and the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) in Washington, have voiced concerns over online user verification systems, including the risks of increased surveillance or...

  3. SEOs Strike Out as Google Encrypts Signed-in Search Data

    From the blog post, Google claim to be merely following suit with Twitter, Facebook and maintaining their commitment to the Electronic Frontier Foundation's initiative called HTTPS Everywhere. Joost De Valk, freelance SEO consultant and WordPress...

  4. EFF Asks FTC To Limit How Long AOL Can Store Search Records

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation has asked the US EFF says the Electronic Communication Privacy Act requires. The Electronic Communications Privacy Act is meant to protect communications between and among users -- not to protect requests from...

  5. Are You Wanted by the Recording Industry?

    The Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) is helping users deal with the draconian tactics of the music industry cartel. If you feel you've been wrongly targeted by the RIAA, visit the Subpoena Defense Alliance, a joint project of the Electronic...

  6. Google Makes Scientology Infringement Demand Public

    Google provided a copy of the letter from law firm Moxon & Kobrin to online rights watchdog Chilling Effects, a joint project of the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Harvard, Stanford, Berkeley, and University of San Francisco law school clinics.

  7. The 404 Effects of 9/11

    Two of the most comprehensive are maintained by the Electronic Frontier Foundation and OMB Watch. The Electronic Frontier Foundation's list of web sites that have been shut down or have removed content in the aftermath of the events of September 11th.