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Privacy News for November 8

Libraries and Privacy Anonymous Signs Help Brookline Library Patrons Find Sensitive Information | Wicked Local Brookline Everyday Surveillance Leaked Documents Show Facebook Leveraged User Data to Fight Rivals and Help Friends | NBC News Shadowy Data Brokers Make the Most Read more…

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Privacy News for November 1

Encryption BBC News Launches ‘Dark Web’ Tor Mirror | BBC China Passes Law Regulating Data Encryption | Engadget Laws, Regulations, and Legislation U.S. States and Territories Data Breach Statutes [updated/searchable] | JDSupra Thought Pieces What Happens to Stolen Healthcare Data? Read more…

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Privacy News for October 25

Lengthy explorations of the surveillance of school children and the poor, Comcast lobbies against encryption, and a deep dive into the NordVPN breach.

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Privacy News for October 18

In this week’s privacy news update: Snowden Explains how Without Encryption We Lose All Privacy, Pew Finds Americans Don’t Understand Digital Security, and Italian and Dutch Escort Forum User Data is up for Sale.

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Privacy News for October 11

Government Surveillance The Same FBI that Wants to Destroy Encryption is Still Illegally Snooping on Americans | Reason Everyday Surveillance How Photos of Your Kids are Powering Surveillance Technology | The New York Times Biometric Privacy At Some Airports, Your Read more…

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