Lengthy explorations of the surveillance of school children and the poor, Comcast lobbies against encryption, and a deep dive into the NordVPN breach.
In this week’s privacy news update: Snowden Explains how Without Encryption We Lose All Privacy, Pew Finds Americans Don’t Understand Digital Security, and Italian and Dutch Escort Forum User Data is up for Sale.
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
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.
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
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 |
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In this week’s privacy news update: Capital One, Pearson, LAPD, and Robinhood data breaches; the Equifax data breach settlement; DOJ, FBI, and ‘Five Eyes’ nations call for weakening of encryption; math and reason continue to exist.
In this week’s privacy news update: Juggalos prove naturally resistant to biometric scanning, your face is worth $5 to Google (unless you’re a Juggalo), and AG Barr speaks out against encryption.