Privacy News and Views, June 11 – 17

Featured: Privacy @ ALA Annual 2017 | Choose Privacy Week The Color of Surveillance: Government Monitoring of American Immigrants |  Georgetown Law Center on Privacy & Technology A live workshop on June 22, 2017 with available livestream Libraries and Privacy Privacy vs. Security:Council debates merits of library video surveillance system | Planet Princeton (NJ) Woman says librarians know who hit her car but can’t tell her | WSB-TV...

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Privacy News and Views, June 3 – 10

Featured: Privacy @ ALA Annual 2017 | Choose Privacy Week FTC Announces Third PrivacyCon, Calls for Presentations | FTC Government Surveillance U.S. Supreme Court to settle major cellphone privacy case | Reuters Supreme Court Will Decide If Your Mobile Phone Location Data Is Private | Consumer Reports Privacy in the cellphone age | New York Times (editorial) Intel agencies want to make the most controversial foreign surveillance rule...

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Privacy @ ALA Annual 2017

Privacy is on the agenda at the 2017 ALA Annual Meeting in Chicago.   Here is the current list of privacy-related programming:   Saturday, June 24 7:30 AM – 9:00 AM      Privacy is the Future: The Library’s Role as Educator, Defender and Enforcer The library has long been at the focal point for defending the rights of its users, a role that’s evolving as society and technology change. A key emerging topic is privacy in a...

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Privacy News and Views, May 27 – June 2

Featured: Dewey Decibel Podcast: Protecting our privacy | American Libraries Government Surveillance In Trump’s America, Black Lives Matter activists grow wary of their smartphones  |  Washington Post Calling on the U.S. Congress to learn about surveillance. From Batman. | Access Now New Social Media Screening for U.S. Visitors Goes Into Effect | Fortune Secret court rebukes NSA for 5-year illegal surveillance of U.S. citizens | Miami...

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