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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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Privacy News for October 4

In this week’s privacy news update: significant expansion of migrant DNA collection planned, Russian tax records exposed online, and in-depth coverage of the role big data plays in deportation.

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Privacy News for September 27

Everyday Surveillance How Your Private Illinois Tollway Data is Shared with Cops and Divorce Lawyers | WBEZ Chicago Biometric Privacy Class Action Targets Vimeo Under IL Biometrics Law for Facial Scans in Magisto Video Production App | Cook County Record Read more…

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Privacy News for September 20

Everyday Surveillance Secret F.B.I. Subpoenas Scoop Up Personal Data From Scores of Companies | New York Times You Watch TV. Your TV Watches Back | The Washington Post A privacy lawyer set up a smart TV. Here’s what happened | Read more…

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Privacy News for September 13

Everyday Surveillance No Body’s Business But Mine: How Menstruation Apps Are Sharing Your Data | Privacy International Microsoft’s Privacy Policy Admits Contractors Listen to Cortana, Skype Recordings: There’s no Way to Opt out for Now | PCWorld Computer Science Curriculums Read more…

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