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Electronic Frontier Foundation attorney says Consumer Privacy Act is 'good step in the right direction'
SAN FRANCISCO – An act that requires companies to start telling people what data they collect has a solid advocate in the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
SAN DIEGO – California’s 4th Appellate Court on June 28 upheld the conviction of a lower court in the case of Kevin Bollaert, a man who ran what was known as a revenge porn website that posted nude photos and information about ex-girlfriends and personal enemies.
SAN FRANCISCO – A San Francisco-based online home rental business has filed a lawsuit against the city regarding its attempts to enforce a housing law.
SAN FRANCISCO – Federal judges are becoming more and more aware of the potential dangers that tactics known as “copyright trolling” pose to the public, according to a senior lawyer for the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a nonprofit focused on digital rights.