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Privacy News for January 17th

Government Surveillance F.B.I.’s Proposed Fixes Are Inadequate, Expert Tells Surveillance Court | The New York Times Now Big Brother is Watching How You Type or Hold Your Phone | Telegraph The German Constitutional Court Will Revisit the Question of Mass Read more…

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Privacy News for January 10th

Government Surveillance This Secretive Surveillance Company is Selling Cops Cameras Hidden in Gravestones | Vice The U.S. Government’s Mass Collection of Immigrant DNA Hints at Surveillance Future | OneZero Iran Tensions Increase Social Media Surveillance at the US Border | Read more…

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Privacy News for December 27th

Baltimore to become 1st US city under aerial surveillance, Colleges track students’ locations through SpotterEDU app, and an Elf’s lessons on surveillance.

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Privacy News for December 20th

Government Surveillance Warrant Not Always Needed for ‘Inadvertent’ NSA Surveillance of Americans: U.S. Court | Reuters Attorney General Defends Preserving Surveillance Court Despite Past FBI Mistakes | The New York Times Stories of the Decade: Edward Snowden and Mass Surveillance Read more…

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Privacy News for December 13th

Government Surveillance NSA Phone Surveillance Program Faces an End as Parties Come Together | The Wall Street Journal ACLU Sues Homeland Security over ‘Stingray’ Cell Phone Surveillance | TechCrunch Republicans Condemn FBI’s Use of Surveillance Powers they Long Supported | Read more…

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