How the pandemic has exacerbated online privacy threats; Federal law enforcement keep signing new FRT contracts; and Moxie Marlinspike steps down.
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Book review of ‘Cyber Privacy: Who Has Your Data and Why You Should Care’
“Data, I’ve found, is becoming like the weather; it’s something that almost anyone can talk about.” Cyber Privacy by April Falcon Doss is a timely title on so many key issues around data privacy in the online world– And Doss is well-positioned to write on this topic, with her thirteen years working at the NSA and later working in a private sector practice focusing on cyber-security and privacy issues. I found this title to be a thoughtful and well-written perspective, primarily centered on the U.S.
Privacy News for December 17 2021
FTC challenges stealthy geolocation tracking; U.S. blacklists dozens of Chinese entities over surveillance; and watchdog reports Clearview AI violates GDPR.
Privacy News for November 12, 2021
Supreme Court to hear arguments on FBI’s surveillance of mosques; Robinhood data breach exposes 7 million customers; and GDPR-like provisions introduced in the Control Our Data Act bill.