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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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Privacy News for December 6th

Libraries and Privacy LinkedIn Pauses Changes to Lynda.com After Libraries Raise Privacy Concerns | EdSurge Biometric Privacy DHS Withdraws Proposal to Require Airport Facial Scans for U.S. Citizens | The Washington Post Seattle to Replace Air and Sea Travel Documents Read more…

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Privacy News for November 22

Biometrics Privacy AWS Sued Under Illinois Biometric Privacy Rules for Providing Third-Party Storage | BiometricUpdate.com Encryption Why End-to-End Encryption is Here to Stay | Forbes Exclusive: Interpol Plans to Condemn Encryption Spread, Citing Predators, Sources Say | The New York Read more…

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Privacy News for November 15

Laws, Regulations, and Legislation Federal Court Rules Suspicionless Searches of Travelers’ Phones and Laptops Unconstitutional | ACLU Microsoft to Employ California’s Digital Privacy Law Nationwide | CNET Online Privacy Act Introduced in Congress | Jurist Stalemate in Use of DNA Read more…

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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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