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Privacy News for July 12

In this week’s privacy news update: FBI and ICE mining state driver’s license photo databases for facial recognition searches, Australia’s anti-encryption law used to bypass journalistic protections, tourists visiting China caught up in surveillance dragnet, and more.

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Privacy News for July 5

In this week’s privacy news update: retail facial biometric trials, class action against Amazon regarding Alexa recordings, and looking back on the role of Encryption in the Revolutionary War.

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Privacy News for June 28

Government Surveillance Victory: California Orders State Audit of Automated License Plate Readers | EFF NSA Improperly Collected U.S. Phone Records a Second Time | The Wall Street Journal Surveillance Technologies Governments use to Spy on You | TechNadu Our Government Read more…

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Privacy News for June 21

In this week’s privacy news: efforts to close HIPAA gaps, end warrantless surveillance, and stop data breeches. Also: a bunch of privacy tools.

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Privacy News for June 14

In this week’s privacy news update: license plate and traveler images exposed, Biometric monitoring begins in the Bahamas, and a report on the inscrutability of privacy policies.

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