Ouch, I am afriad that I think Brian Leiter got it right about the EFF.
It also reveals that, once again, the Elecronic Frontier Foundation is on the morally depraved side of the issue. (At what point will so-called progressive law professors become ashamed to ally themselves with the juvenile libertarians of EFF, the leading supporters of keeping cyberspace the cesspool it is?)
I guess I was kind of hiding the fact that I think that from myself because it’s hard to think of the EFF as anything else but do-gooders. Or, at least I am very used to thinking that they are the guys and gals on “our side”.
Just to clarify, I don’t think I agree with the paper that got Leiter to share his opinion about the EFF, or that I believe its description of women’s experience online (certainly, it’s not my online experience, but this obviously is nisht ahin, nisht aher,=.)