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Privacy News for February 12

Government Surveillance The Government Uses ‘Near Perfect Surveillance’ Data on Americans | The New York Times Tracked but Not Seen: The Fight Against Racist Surveillance | Sojourners Federal agencies use cellphone location data for immigration enforcement | Wall Street Journal Read more…

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Privacy News for February 7

Government Surveillance Why We Don’t Know as much as We Should about Police Surveillance Technology | Vox Hiding in Plain Sight: Activists Don Camouflage to Beat Met Surveillance | The Guardian Everyday Surveillance Rekor Software Adds License Plate Reader Technology Read more…

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Privacy News for January 31

Government Surveillance We’re Banning Facial Recognition. We’re Missing the Point | The New York Times [Bruce Schneier] DHS Global Entry Facial Recognition Program to Expand Nationwide | BiometricUpdate.com CBP Expands Facial Recognition for Global Entry Travelers | Nextgov One Small Read more…

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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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