EFF verkündet die Blog-a-thon – Gewinner

Die Electronic Frontier Foundation hat die Gewinner ihres Blog-a-thon – Wettbewerbes verkündet:

Most Inspirational
IO Error, In Defense of Freedom: „As I said in an Independence Day posting a few weeks ago, the fight for liberty is not only conducted by the armed forces, it is conducted every day by ordinary citizens like you and me. We cannot protect freedom by curtailing it. Enemies of freedom, both foreign and domestic, threaten us every day, and we must be prepared to stand up to anyone who would take away the liberty which has made this country unique among nations.“

Most Humorous
Memoirs of a Guardian Vampire, Fair use … what use is it? (Harry Potter Woke Up Goth): „‚Moribund is the core of my consciousness. Half-Heartedly I crawl through the strange forest until insecurities strip me of my fears. Suicide, Suicide, Suicide. Thou art my obsession.‘ Thus were the thoughts that greeted Harry Potter as he woke that morning.“

Best Overall
The ramblings of Laura Crossett, The Medium is Not the Message: „As I read news reports now, five years later, about bloggers getting in trouble for their writing, I’m reminded of that moment in the basement of Jessup and of the inability, or unwillingness, of the woman at the end of the hall to see electronic communication as equal to oral communication. The attempts to say that bloggers don’t have the same rights as journalists stem, in part, from a belief that electronic print is not equal to hard copy print. „

Deine Spende für digitale Freiheitsrechte

Wir berichten über aktuelle netzpolitische Entwicklungen, decken Skandale auf und stoßen Debatten an. Dabei sind wir vollkommen unabhängig. Denn unser Kampf für digitale Freiheitsrechte finanziert sich zu fast 100 Prozent aus den Spenden unserer Leser:innen.

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