These risk assessments can be accessed by people who make decisions about who they're letting into the workplace," says Marcia Hofmann, a staff attorney at the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
What does EFF stand for?
EFF stands for Electronic Frontier Foundation
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Preliminary results of research conducted by the Online Policy Group and Electronic Frontier Foundation found that schools that implement Internet blocking software with the least restrictive settings will block up to 5 percent of search results based on state-mandated curriculum topics.
The problem is that you always have to think about what the device will be used for tomorrow," said Lee Tien, a senior attorney for the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
Wozniak founded the Electronic Frontier Foundation, and was founding sponsor of the Tech Museum, Silicon Valley Ballet and Children's Discovery Museum of San Jose.
DES can be cracked quickly and inexpensively," says John Gilmore of the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF) in San Francisco, which funded the project to counter claims made by U.
Kapor has moved on and now runs ON Technology, dedicated to collaborative computing, and the Electronic Frontier Foundation, an organization concerned about civil liberties and computers.