Privacy News for January 17th

Government Surveillance

F.B.I.’s Proposed Fixes Are Inadequate, Expert Tells Surveillance Court | The New York Times

Now Big Brother is Watching How You Type or Hold Your Phone | Telegraph

The German Constitutional Court Will Revisit the Question of Mass Surveillance, Will the U.S.? | EFF

Ukraine Investigates Trump Allies Amid Reports of Surveillance of Marie Yovanovitch | The New York Times

Everyday Surveillance

Surveillance Tech is an Open Secret at CES 2020 | OneZero

Biometric Privacy

Face Scanners are Coming to PHL Airport Next Week | BillyPenn

Cambridge City Council Bans Face Surveillance Technology | Boston Herald

Encryption

The Case of Bill Barr vs. Apple | The Wall Street Journal

Breaking iPhone Encryption Won’t Make Anyone Safer | Computer World

Laws, Regulations, and Legislation

The New Year Brings New Data Breach Laws | JDSupra

Thought Pieces

How Police Surveillance Technologies Act as Tools of White Supremacy | The Conversation

This Week in Data Breaches and Leaks

Columbus Metropolitan Library Investigating Data Breach | ABC News

Incident of the Week: Zynga Security Breach Affects 170 Million User Accounts | Cyber Security Hub

Baby’s First Data Breach: App Exposes Baby Photos, Videos | Bank Info Security

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