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Electronic Frontier Foundation

ORGANIZATION

Founded in July 1990 to defend free speech, privacy, innovation, and consumer rights in digital, on-line, and technology matters.

Official Website:
http://www.eff.org/

Founding Date:
10-Jul-1990

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
John Perry Barlow
Activist
3-Oct-1947   Co-Founder, EFF
Cindy Cohn
Attorney
c. 1963   EFF lawyer
Cory Doctorow
Blogger
17-Jul-1971   Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom
Esther Dyson
Business
14-Jul-1951   EDventure Holdings, former ICANN director
Ed Felten
Computer Programmer
25-Mar-1963   Broke SDMI
John Gilmore
Activist
Aug-1955   Cofounder: EFF, Cypherpunks
Rob Glaser
Business
16-Jan-1962   CEO of RealNetworks, 1994-2010
Mike Godwin
Attorney
26-Oct-1956   Former General Counsel, Wikimedia
Steve Jackson
Business
c. 1952   Game publisher raided by the Secret Service
Brewster Kahle
Business
22-Oct-1960   Founder of the Internet Archive
Mitch Kapor
Business
1-Nov-1950   Founder of Lotus, Co-founder EFF
Lawrence Lessig
Attorney
3-Jun-1961   Constitutional and internet law
Craig Neidorf
Journalist
1969   Former publisher, Phrack
Tim O'Reilly
Publisher
6-Jun-1954   Publisher, O'Reilly Media
Pamela Samuelson
Educator
c. 1949   Computer Law Professor at UC Berkeley
Clay Shirky
Author
1964   Cognitive Surplus
David Sobel
Attorney
?   EFF Senior Counsel
Bruce Sterling
Author
14-Apr-1954   Schismatrix
Brad Templeton
Computer Programmer
1960   Chairman, Electronic Frontier Foundation
Steve Wozniak
Computer Programmer
11-Aug-1950   Co-Founder of Apple Computer
Jonathan Zittrain
Educator
24-Dec-1969   The Future of the Internet and How to Stop It


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