Ed Felten, professor of computer science at Princeton and the director of the Center for Information Technology Policy, has been named to the board of the Electronic Frontier Foundation, the legendary advocacy organization dedicated to preserving civil liberties in the digital age.

Felten also is quoted in the current issue of SC Magazine on Sony BMG’s recent $4.25 million settlement over controversial software that the company installed on its music CDs. Felten and graduate student Alex Halderman played a crucial role in bringing the software flaws to public attention.

Read more at ars technica and SC Magazine.