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 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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Privacy News and Views May 6 – 12

Feature:  Privacy as Digital Divide How Privacy Became a Commodity for the Rich and Powerful   | New York Times Magazine Privacy, Poverty and Big Data: A Matrix of Vulnerabilities for Poor Americans | Washington Law Review Survey The Library Freedom Project is conducting an online survey to assess library privacy practices and policies and is asking librarians to complete it to provide some insight into this landscape:...

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Privacy News and Views April 29 – May 5

 Choose Privacy Week:  Online Symposium on Practical Privacy Practices Long overdue: Revisiting library privacy policies during choose privacy week  | Nancy Kranich The path to creating a new privacy policy: NYPL’s story  | William Marden De-identification and patron data  | Becky Yoose Negotiating contracts with vendors for privacy  | Eric Stroshane Data exchange and the art of iterating security checkups  | Galen Charlton A...

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Privacy News and Views, April 22-28

Choose Privacy Week, May 1 – 7, 2017 Let’s Get Practical for Choose Privacy Week Join the librarians who are getting practical for #ChoosePrivacy Week to improve #privacy protections for their users. Libraries and Privacy Literacy How to protect patrons’ digital privacy | American Libraries 4 critical points to consider when receiving cybersecurity and privacy advice | TechRepublic “One of the findings of particular interest is...

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