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EFF launches Coders' Rights site at Black Hat conference

Ars Technica reports: "The Electronic Frontier Foundation is using the Black Hat USA conference, taking place in Las Vegas, to launch a site designed to help security researchers navigate the treacherous legal waters they face when exploring the vulnerabilities in commercial software. The EFF will be making lawyers available at its booth on the conference floor, but the long-term aid will come in the form of a Coders' Rights web site that aggregates relevant legal information from elsewhere on the EFF site. Although the site is information-rich, it's not meant as a standalone resource: the phrase "talk to a lawyer" appears throughout its content."

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