Even during a public health emergency, libraries should continue to adhere to their mission and stand by the law and ethical standards that govern the provision of library services.
Growing privacy and efficacy concerns regarding contact-tracing apps, Senate to vote on renewing surveillance powers, and the GoDaddy data breach.
Employee surveillance market booms, pushback against civil liberty erosion as mass surveillance expands, Banjo’s AI surveillance contracts suspended after exposure of CEO’s KKK connections.
A boom in the spy software market to monitor COVID-19 telecommuters, Twitter’s lawsuit seeking to reveal gov’t surveillance requests gets dismissed, and CARES Act data breaches.
Discover recent articles about schools banning Zoom, U.S. Senators being told to avoid Zoom, broader concerns about protecting student privacy during online learning, and tips for keeping your Zoom chats safe. The situation has continued to deteriorate, as hate-mongering Zoombombers increased their efforts and hacked Zoom accounts were sold on the dark web.