Last week, I wrote the first part of this article, about public interest groups that focus specifically on technology. I introduced Public Knowledge and the Electronic Frontier Foundation.
As I said last week, “These public interest groups are in a constant battle to fight against laws that restrict our freedom or threaten our privacy, or to alter aged laws and policies that don’t keep current with rapidly evolving technology. Their victories—and there are many—have improved the lives of everyone who’s ever owned a tech toy.”
Today, meet two other groups: TechFreedom and the Center for Democracy and Technology.