... it's no longer practical to say they're protecting "digital rights." Rebecca Jeschke, Media Relations Coordinator for the EFF, says, "Instead, in our increasingly networked world, they are simply 'rights.' ..."
I appreciate that "digital rights" may be redundant in an age where everything is digital, but I notice the EFF web page still claims its mission is based on "rights in the digital world," which is what I thought "digital rights" was an abbreviation for.
If EFF isn't about rights in the digital world, I don't know what it's about, because it clearly doesn't defend simply "rights" -- it necessarily opposes as many rights as it supports.
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