Privacy News and Views for August 25

Featured: A Judge Said The Government Can Search Data About A Trump Protest Website, But Under His Supervision  | Buzzfeed ALA, FTRF join over 60 public interest and civil liberties groups in sending a letter to Attorney General Sessions expressing concern over the Justice Department’s demand for information associated with a protest-organizing website. Read the coalition press release. India Supreme Court rules privacy a ‘fundamental...

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Privacy News and Views for August 18

Featured:  Department of Justice Seeks Records of 1.3 Million Visitors to Anti-Trump Website We fight for the users | “For the past several months, DreamHost has been working with the Department of Justice to comply with legal process, including a Search Warrant (PDF) seeking information about one of our customers’ websites. At the center of the requests is disruptj20.org, a website that organized participants of political protests...

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Privacy News and Views for August 11

Featured: Nevada Implements Law that Requires Notice for Collection of Personal Information | Data Privacy and Security Insider Government Surveillance What’s Wrong with Airport Face Recognition? | ACLU of Northern California New Rule Exempts FBI From Disclosing Its Biometric Database To Americans |  International Business Times Corporate Surveillance Windows 10 privacy: You’re happy for us to collect your data, says Microsoft |...

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Privacy News and Views for August 4

 Government Surveillance Bipartisan Lawmakers Introduce Trio of Email Privacy Overhaul Bills  | Bloomberg If the FBI has your biometrics, it doesn’t have to tell you | Nextgov Biometric entry/exit tracking of US citizens  | The Identity Project Invasive tech needs low-tech approach  | Detroit News Corporate Surveillance Verizon’s latest rewards program shares gobs of your data    Endgadget Facebook: Your Face Belongs to Us...

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