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From: decwrl!!well! (Mike Godwin)
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Subject: Electronic Frontier Foundation Hires Staff Counsel
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Date: 9 Oct 90 14:12:02 GMT
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This posting is meant to serve two purposes:

a) formally announcing that I have been hired as staff counsel by the
   Electronic Frontier Foundation, for whom I will investigate
   cases that the EFF may be interested in, and for whom I will be 
   coordinating EFF's legal strategy, and

b) letting readers of this newsgroup know how to contact EFF about
   computer-related incidents and cases that raise civil-liberties
   issues in which you think the organization should be interested.

To let EFF know about an interesting or troubling incident or case,
you can send information to my address ( or
to EFF's general address ( The first address
will probably get a slightly faster response, but either is fine.

The U.S. Mail address is the following:

Mike Godwin
c/o Electronic Frontier Foundation
155 Second Street 
Cambridge, MA  02141.

I can be reached by phone at 617-864-0665.

Mike Godwin, (617) 864-0665     
Electronic Frontier Foundation

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