Privacy News for January 22

Privacy and the Pandemic

In Victory for Privacy Activists, France is Banned from Using Drones to Enforce Coronavirus Rules | The Washington Post

Government Surveillance

DHS Sued Over Social Media Surveillance of Visa Holders | FedScoop

CBP Announces New Federal Biometric Comparison Technology at San Ysidro, Otay Mesa Border Crossings | U.S. Customs and Border Protection

Oakland’s Progressive Fight to Protect Residents from Government Surveillance | EFF

With Aerial Surveillance Bill on Hold [in St. Louis], Alderwoman Pushes for Privacy Protections | St. Louis Public Radio

Encryption

Following a Year of Privacy Worries and Security Breaches, Ring Implements End-to-End Encryption | CPO Magazine

I Used to Wiretap. This is Why Encryption Backdoors are Dangerous | Fortune

A Security Practitioner’s Guide to Encrypted DNS | Dark Reading

This Week in Data Breaches and Leaks

Wisconsin Medicaid Program Experiences Data Breach | WTMJ NBC News

Puget Sound Educational District Hit with Data Breach | My Northwest

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