Category Archives: Digital privacy

WaPo: Police can keep Ring camera video forever and share with whomever they’d like, Amazon tells senator

WaPo: Police can keep Ring camera video forever and share with whomever they’d like, Amazon tells senator

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Security Boulevard: Pew Survey: America Worries About Privacy (But Won’t Do Anything About It)

Security Boulevard: Pew Survey: America Worries About Privacy (But Won’t Do Anything About It) by Richi Jennings:

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WaPo: Fingerprints and face scans are the future of smartphones. These holdouts refuse to use them.

WaPo: Fingerprints and face scans are the future of smartphones. These holdouts refuse to use them. by Heather Kelly:

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BuzzFeed: Amazon-Owned Ring Shared Data About Tracking Kids On Halloween

BuzzFeed: Amazon-Owned Ring Shared Data About Tracking Kids On Halloween by Caroline Haskins (“The home surveillance company owned by Amazon bragged on Instagram about taping millions of kids going door to door.”)

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CSOOline: US Department of Justice push for encryption backdoors might run afoul of First Amendment

CSOOline: US Department of Justice push for encryption backdoors might run afoul of First Amendment by Cynthia Brumfield (“Is encryption code speech? Earlier court rulings suggest that it is, legally, and therefore subject to First Amendment protections.”)

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NBC News: Amazon’s Alexa may have witnessed alleged Florida murder, authorities say

NBC News: Amazon’s Alexa may have witnessed alleged Florida murder, authorities say By Minyvonne Burke (“Adam Reechard Crespo is charged with murder in connection to the July death of his girlfriend, Silvia Galva, in Hallandale Beach.”)

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NYTimes: How We Spy on Each Other Every Day

NYTimes: How We Spy on Each Other Every Day by Thorin Klosowski (“Technology allows us to do it. Should we?”).

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Legal Intelligencer: Commentary: What Is a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Digital World? Part II

Legal Intelligencer: Commentary: What Is a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy in the Digital World? Part II by Leonard Deutchman (“In last week’s article, I discussed the findings of the Pennsylvania Superior Court’s nonprecedential decision in Commonwealth v. Mason, in which … Continue reading

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