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From: mka...@eff.org (Mitch Kapor)
Newsgroups: comp.org.eff.news
Subject: EFF News - new publication
Message-ID: <1990Dec5.221719.1393@eff.org>
Date: 5 Dec 90 22:17:19 GMT
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Organization: The Electronic Frontier Foundation
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Posted: Wed Dec  5 23:17:19 1990

This is a posting to comp.org.eff.news and to comp.org.eff.talk.

We will shortly begin publishing regular on-line editions of EFF News to
comp.org.eff.news.  EFF News will contain news and information about the
Electronic Frontier Foundation as well as selected discussions about the
issues of the day on the electronic frontier.  Representative topics will
include censorship, privacy, the application of the Bill of Rights to digital
media, the development of standards of responsibility for users and operators
of networks, and the policies which should guide the development of national
and global information infrastrctures.

The group comp.org.eff.talk will continue to be an open and unmoderated forum
on the same subjects.

We will distribute editions of EFF News to the EFF mailing list, although we
would prefer people read the newsgroup if at all possible.  Send requests to
be added to the mailing list to eff-requ...@well.sf.ca.us.

Send submissions for EFF News to effn...@eff.org.   And please bear with us as
we continue to organize our networking arrangements.

Mitch Kapor
mka...@eff.org

When all else fails use the EFF voice telephone (617) 864-0665

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