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Twenty-four Million Wikipedia Users Can’t Be Wrong: Important Allies Join the Fight Against NSA Internet Backbone Surveillance

  Last week, the ACLU filed a welcome additional challenge to the NSA’s warrantless Internet backbone surveillance (aka “Upstream” surveillance) on behalf of Wikimedia and a ... Full story

Sexual Harassment Lawsuit Has Women in Tech Talking

  The excitement generated by Ellen Pao v. Kleiner Perkins can be measured by the number of women in tech following the sexual discrimination suit on ... Full story

Jeffrey Toobin Calls Out Nancy Grace's Bloodlust: 'Executing People Is Not The Only Form Of Justice'

Jeffrey Toobin Calls Out Nancy Grace's Bloodlust: 'Executing People Is Not The Only Form Of Justice'   CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin explained to HLN's Nancy Grace ... Full story

Federal Probe Reveals Evidence of Racial Bias Among Ferguson Officials

  With Wednesday’s release of a report from an exhaustive U.S. Department of Justice investigation into police conduct and discrimination in Ferguson, Missouri, came revelations that ... Full story

Judge Reverses Planned Parenthood Ruling

 HELENA, Mont. (CN) - Montana may defend the constitutionality of two laws that require notification and consent from parents before a minor can have an ... Full story

HOW AARON HERNANDEZ WILL BE SPENDING SUPER BOWL SUNDAY

HOW AARON HERNANDEZ WILL BE SPENDING SUPER BOWL SUNDAY   Aaron Hernandez helped lead the New England Patriots into the 2011 Super Bowl, but this weekend, the ... Full story

Google Drive Plan Renewals Inspire Suit

(CN) - Google fails to make consumers aware that paid subscriptions to its data-storage service Drive are renewed automatically, a class action alleges.     Eric Mayron, the ... Full story

Apple Overstates Storage Capacity, Class Says

  SAN JOSE (CN) - Apple doesn't tell consumers that its iOS 8 operating system can take up nearly a quarter of the storage space ... Full story

VirnetX and Microsoft Settle Pending Patent Disputes and Agree to Jointly Petition to Terminate IPR Proceedings as to Microsoft

ZEPHYR COVE, Nev. and REDMOND, Wash., Dec. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- VirnetX Holding Corporation (NYSE MKT: VHC) and Microsoft Corporation announced today that on December 17, ... Full story

T-Mobile to Pay At Least $90 Million, Including Full Consumer Refunds To Settle FTC Mobile Cramming Case

WASHINGTON, Dec. 19, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- T-Mobile has agreed to fully refund its customers for unwanted third-party charges it placed on their phone bills, a practice ... Full story

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Hanni  Fakhoury

Hanni Fakhoury

Hanni Fakhoury is a Staff Attorney where he focuses on criminal law and privacy and free speech litigation and advocacy. He is co-counsel in a federal class action First Amendment challenge to California's Proposition 35, has argued before the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals on warrantless cell tracking, testified before the California state legislature on proposed electronic privacy legislation and written op-eds for the New York Times and Wired. 

Before joining EFF Hanni worked as a federal public defender in San Diego where he tried numerous jury and bench trials and argued and won multiple times before the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals. 

Hanni graduated from the University of California, Berkeley with a degree in political science and an honors degree in history. He received his law degree with distinction from Pacific McGeorge School of Law, where he was elected to the Order of Barristers for his excellence in written and oral advocacy. 

Follow him on Twitter at @hannifakhoury.