Privacy News & Views – April 8-14

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Video: Wiretaps, data dumps and zero days: is digital privacy no longer possible? | The Guardian

Student Privacy

Spying on Students: School-Issued Devices and Student Privacy | Electronic Frontier Foundation

ICYMI: School Surveillance: The Consequences for Equity and Privacy  | National Association of State Boards of Education

Privacy Law and Regulation

The U.S. Congress Is Not the Leader in Privacy or Data Security Law | Teach Privacy

4 ways Congress can provide stronger privacy protections | The Hill

Libraries and Privacy Literacy

Recorded Webinar:  Choose Privacy Week 2017: Practical Privacy Practices (April 13, 2017)

ICYMI:  Recorded Webinar: Privacy Literacy at Your Library | Webjunction

Western librarians publish first-ever online privacy guide by a Canadian university library| The Western University Gazette

Libraries, Surveillance, and Privacy

Bill banning bathroom cameras in government buildings gets Iowa Senate OK| Des Moines Register (IA)

Protest the proposed ban of restroom cameras in public libraries | Iowa City Press Citizen

Broadband Privacy

Line-by-line, We Corrected the Record on Broadband Privacy and Net Neutrality | Public Knowledge

EU to US: Undoing Broadband Privacy Signals U.S. Is Not Serious About Privacy Protections | Public Knowledge

Anonymity and Encryption

Suing to see the Feds’ encrypted messages? Good luck | Wired