Privacy News update, 7-21-14

July 21st, 2014 / Filed Under: Uncategorized / Comments Off on Privacy News update, 7-21-14 / Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Govt:
July 21: Activist group sues US border agency over new, vast intelligence system

July 21: Idaho Woman Appeals NSA Surveillance Lawsuit

July 21: New York Judge OKs Warrant To Search Entire Gmail Account

July 21: The Loophole Obscuring Facebook and Google’s Transparency Reports

July 20: Racy Photos Were Often Shared at N.S.A., Snowden Says

July 19: Ars editor learns feds have his old IP addresses, full credit card numbers

July 15: 66 Percent of Americans Now Live in a Constitution-Free Zone

July 15: The US-Mexico Border: Where the Constitution Goes to Die

July 15: Liberals and Libertarians Find Common Ground in House

July 15: Lawmakers worry about teacher fingerprinting

July 14: Obama administration says the world’s servers are ours

July 13: NSA Says Snowden Emails Exempt From Public Disclosure

July 11: William Binney: NSA Records and Stores 80% of All US Audio Calls

 

NSA:
July 15: NSA recruits college students for cyber-operations program

 

Overseas:
July 21: Data retention: ASIO says Web browsing habits would need a warrant

July 19: UN: Nations Hide Rise in Private Digital Snooping

July 18: UK Government Faces Lawsuit Over Emergency Surveillance Bill

July 17: Australia gets spooks’ charter, new leak penalties

July 17: EU Privacy Watchdogs and Search Engines Meet Next Week

July 17: UN to Five Eyes nations: Your mass surveillance is breaking the law

July 16: Canadian ISP On Disclosing Subscriber Info: Come Back With a Warrant

July 15: British data cops: We need greater powers and more money

July 14: Drones face privacy regulation under Oz government plan

July 14: May: UK data slurp law is fine, but I still need EMERGENCY powers

July 14: Rights groups challenge UK cyber-snooping

July 14: Spying Program That May or May Not Exist Is Legal, U.K. Says

 

Tech:
July 21: Researcher Finds Hidden Data-Dumping Services In iOS

July 21: Don’t look, Snowden: Security biz chases Tails with zero-day flaws alert

July 21: Verizon Launches Rewards Program With Tracking

July 20: Should You Track Your Child?

July 18: Snowden: Dropbox is an NSA surveillance target, use Spideroak instead

July 18: A Convicted Hacker and an Internet Icon Join Forces to Thwart NSA Spying

July 17: Bing Implements Right To Be Forgotten

July 14: The Brilliant Machine That Could Finally Fix Airport Security

July 14: Facebook to track users’ TV hDrones face privacy regulation under Oz government planabits

July 14: Apple Asserts Its Commitment To Privacy In Response To Report By China’s CCTV

July 10: Google to Tour Europe to Discuss Privacy

July 8: Android factory reset doesn’t delete all data

July 7: Most NSA-Proof Security Solutions Are Deliberate Deceptions

Feb 6: Don’t Believe The Hype: These New Services Won’t Protect You From The NSA

 

General:
July 20: Snowden Calls On Developers To Champion Privacy By Design

July 15: Brazil’s ‘1984’-style World Cup security may be coming to your city too

July 9: Is It Worth Sacrificing Your Secrecy to Be Social?

July 7: 3 new ‘free the internet’ movements: how to choose the one for you

June 5: Big Brother: Meet the Parents

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