This week’s Privacy News is a special double edition, due to travel schedules and ALA’s Midwinter Meeting. Featured: The Future of Data Privacy: How two new European laws will help US libraries | American Libraries Government Surveillance Government spying on immigrants in America is now fair game. What next? | The Guardian CLOUD Act Promotes Surveillance-Data Access Framework | Multichannel News The CLOUD Act: A Dangerous Expansion of Police Snooping on Cross-Border Data | Electronic Frontier Foundation Skydiving Without a Parachute: A Close Look at the CLOUD Act Shows It Lacks Essential Protections | Open Technology Institute Corporate Surveillance Amazon Go store
This week in privacy news: student privacy and school libraries, algorithmic surveillance, how your devices spy on you, and more.
This week’s privacy news and updates, including a call for reforming US privacy law, privacy events at ALA Midwinter, expanding government surveillance, the danger of releasing “anonymized” large data sets, privacy self-defense, and more.
Are you interested in learning more about privacy and libraries at ALA’s 2018 Midwinter Meeting?
Check out this current listing of privacy-related meetings and programs scheduled for Denver, Colorado