Privacy News and Views for July 28

Check out the August 4th Privacy Update: Privacy News and Views for August 4th July 28th Update: Government Surveillance Bipartisan Senators Introduce Bill To Stop Police From Snooping On People Without A Warrant | The Daily Caller Senate bill would stop police from obtaining emails and location data without a warrant | The Verge Bipartisan Senate legislation would modernize digital privacy | Endgadget US Surveillance Makes Privacy Shield...

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Privacy News and Views for July 21

Government Surveillance Court: Warrantless requests to track cellphones, Internet use grew sevenfold in D.C. in three years  Washington Post U.S. appeals court upholds gag orders on FBI data surveillance | Reuters Homeland Security says Americans who don’t want faces scanned leaving the country “shouldn’t travel” | ZD Net Border Patrol Says It’s Barred From Searching Cloud Data on Phones  | NBC News Silicon Valley...

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Privacy News and Views for July 14

Featured: Whose Speech Is Chilled by Surveillance? | Slate Women and young people are more likely to self-censor if they think they’re being monitored. Government Surveillance Digital Privacy to Come Under Supreme Court’s Scrutiny | New York Times EPIC Lawsuit – Election Commission Suspends Collection of State Voter Data | EPIC.com Who Has Your Back?  Government Data Requests 2017  | Electronic Frontier Foundation Corporate...

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Privacy News and Views for July 7, 2017 (The ICYMI Edition)

This week’s edition of Privacy  News and Views  covers the past two weeks of privacy news, due to a hiatus for  ALA’s Annual Conference and the Fourth of July holiday. Government Surveillance How the government can read your email | Politico Spy agencies seek permanent authority for contested surveillance program | Washington Post The Supreme Court Phone Location Case Will Decide the Future of Privacy | Motherboard Color of...

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