A selection of books and readings on privacy, Big Data, and libraries for Choose Privacy Week and beyond.
With the rise of surveillance technologies, and the ever-growing Internet of Things, there is a distinct possibility that in the near future, the library may be the only private public place left in modern society.
Privacy News for April 27: Check out the libraries celebrating Choose Privacy Week, the CLOUD Act rains on your data privacy, a call for new privacy norms, Google targets biometric privacy, a new bill to regulate Big Data, student privacy, RFID, Facebook, encryption, and more.
This week’s privacy news: Choose Privacy Week 2018, Are libraries learning the wrong lesson from Facebook?, Algorithms, Big Data, and Corporate Surveillance, more (and more) Facebook privacy fails, students monitored by Android apps, Google loses right to be forgotten case, encryption craziness, and more.
In the wake of Mark Zuckerberg’s Congressional testimony last week and the related explosion of public interest in how online personal data is collected, stored, shared, used and sometimes misused, this year’s CPW theme—“Big Data is Watching You”—could not be more perfectly timed.
This week’s privacy news; Librarians speak on data privacy, kids’ data privacy & state privacy laws under attack, regulating Facebook, and Facebook as a force for good in teachers’ strikes.
This week in #privacy: even more user data breached, CLOUD Act moots Microsoft privacy fight, Facebook’s apology tour, Census privacy concerns, corporate #surveillance, tips on privacy self-defense, EU privacy law brings changes, encryption, and more.
Encryption wars flare again, the EU’s GDPR is forcing changes at Apple and Facebook (he’s only doing ’cause he has to, folks!), our mixed feelings about social media and privacy, faces and fingerprints are being collected, and more, more, more about Facebook, big data, analytics, and our loss of control over privacy.