EFA Fundraising Campaign Update

We are five days in to EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign and we have been delighted by the generosity and the level of support we have received from you all. However, it it not too late for you to contribute to our campaign. If EFA is to continue to expand and launch further campaigns to protect […]

R18 Games, censorship and DRM: why you should care about online civil rights

This post is written by David Harrison, the editor of AusGamers, for our series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign … I’ve lost count of the number of times that I have literally seen eyes glaze over when trying to explain to people why […]

Imagining a meeting between Senator Conroy and EFA

Mark Newton imagines a meeting between Senator Stephen Conroy and Electronic Frontiers Australia in his post as part of our series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign … So it seems that our Broadband Prevention Minister had a bit of a hissy fit last week. […]

Online community needs a champion

EFA Vice-Chair Colin Jacobs says the online community needs a champion in this second of a series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign … As a teenage exchange student, when I wanted to let my family know how the Germans were treating me, I usually wrote […]

Why Electronic Frontiers Australia needs your support

EFA Chair Nic Suzor explains EFA’s ongoing struggle to defend civil liberties online, in the first of a series of blog posts on the importance of online civil liberties as part of EFA’s 2010 Fundraising Campaign … I am very excited to announce the start of EFA’s fundraising campaign for 2010. We are asking for […]