Privacy News and Views for July 20


Microsoft Urges Congress to Regulate Use of Facial Recognition | New York Times

Facial recognition technology: The need for public regulation and corporate responsibility | Microsoft

Corporate Surveillance

Privacy Violations by free VPN service providers | IAPP

Tech consumers should not be forced to sacrifice privacy for security | CNBC

Students’ and Minors’ Privacy

Facial-Recognition Systems Pitched as School-Safety Solutions, Raising Alarms | Education Week

Schools can now get facial recognition tech for free. Should they? | Wired

Privacy Law and Regulation

Is California’s New Privacy Law Right for the United States? | Public Knowledge

Filling the gaps in US data privacy laws | Brookings Institution

Why consumer privacy laws should be de facto across America | The Hill

Brett Kavanaugh Has Some Alarmingly Outdated Views on Privacy | Slate

Brett Kavanaugh and the Supreme Court’s Fourth Amendment Mess | National Review

New California law requires voter data breach reporting | Associated Press

This Week in Data Breaches

Macy’s warns customers of online data breach | Detroit Free Press

Personal info of 1.5m SingHealth patients, including PM Lee, stolen in Singapore’s worst cyber attack | Strait Times



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