Privacy News Update, 6-22-15

June 22nd, 2015 / Filed Under: Uncategorized / Comments Off on Privacy News Update, 6-22-15 / Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Featured:

6/2015: Who Has your Back? EFF’s annual corporate privacy report

6/20: The snitch in your pocket: making sense of Stingrays

6/19: Google Criticized For ‘Opaque’ Audio-Listening Binary In Debian Chromium

6/18: FBI says in secret that secret spy Cessnas aren’t secret – Men in black shrug off criticism of warrantless domestic spyplane fleet

6/18: Why Apple, Yahoo, Adobe And Dropbox Received Perfect Scores On EFF’s Annual Privacy Ranking

6/16: Push for facial recognition privacy standards hits roadblock

6/15: Privacy Advocates Walk Out in Protest Over U.S. Facial Recognition Code of Conduct

6/16: Taser Is Charging Stunning Fees to Handle Police Video

6/10: School Lunch Program Scans Student Thumbprints For ‘Tracking Purposes’

6/10: How’s My Driving? The Insurer Knows

6/9: U.S. tech companies expected to lose more than $35 billion due to NSA spying

6/9: Audi CEO’s Privacy Appeal Takes Aim at Google’s Car Push

6/5: Periscope shares your exact location in global map

6/5: What to look out for in Britain’s new surveillance bill

6/5: How my doppelgänger used the Internet to find and befriend me

6/4: NSA’s use of ‘back-door searches’ against hackers is reformers’ next target

6/4: Phone Carriers Tight-Lipped On How They Will Comply With New Surveillance Law

6/4: Edward Snowden Is Not Going Away

6/3: The NSA’s Bulk Collection Is Over, but Google and Facebook Are Still in the Data Business

6/3: Obama Admin Seeks Revival of Lapsed NSA Spying Program

6/3: The War Over NSA Spying Is Just Beginning

6/3: Under New Rules, NSA To Again Access Americans’ Phone Records

6/3: Sen. Patrick Leahy: ‘Our Privacy Is Part Of Our Security’

6/3: Staying safe on public Wi-Fi

6/2: How you can track the FBI’s spy planes

6/1: Why We Can’t Trust the NSA (And Why That’s a Crisis)

6/1: Americans Say They Want The Patriot Act Renewed … But Do They, Really?

6/1: Google streamlines privacy controls, analyzes your security settings

5/29: As Police Body Cameras Increase, What About All That Video

5/29: A little-known Yelp privacy setting tells businesses your gender, age and hometown

5/28: Facebook Messenger Is Following You

5/28: That Cessna Flying Over Your House May Be Sending Photos to the Tax Assessor

5/27: Questions Remain About How To Use Data From License Plate Scanners

5/27: Yahoo Ordered to Face Group Privacy Suit Over Scanned E-Mail

5/18: Your Boss Is Now Tracking You at Home

 

Local:

6/15: Time for SPD officers to wear body cameras ‘is now,’ federal monitor says

6/15: SPD Monitor Declares Reforms “Well Underway,” Calls for Body Cams Now

6/11: Gov. Brown signs legislation making conversations between alleged campus sexual assault survivors and victims’ advocates confidential

6/9: David Sarasohn: Oregon’s senators led way on privacy protection (OPINION)

 

Govt:

6/21: California’s Obamacare exchange to collect insurance data on patients

6/20: Jindal kills bill allowing cops to automatically scan plates

6/20: Revealed: How DOJ Gagged Google over Surveillance of WikiLeaks Volunteer

6/20: Lawmakers consider UW student email privacy (Wyoming)

6/18: Lawmakers consider citizen privacy (Wyoming)

6/18: Many L.A. building records now just a few clicks away

6/17: New Senate Bill Would Require Warrants for Federal Aerial Surveillance

6/16: US Lawmakers Demand Federal Encryption Requirements After OPM Hack

6/13: California bill brings needed protections to digital privacy

6/12: NSA Backdoor Searches Would End if House Amendment Survives

6/12: Anti-surveillance steamroller still rolling through Congress

6/12: Face Recognition Tech Pushes Legal Boundaries

6/11: U.S. Senate Democrats Block Cybersecurity Liability Measure

6/11: Patriot Act Reform Curbed NSA; Cybersecurity Bill Would Empower It

6/9: Congress: We Didn’t Know the FBI Was Creating a Small Surveillance ‘Air Force’

6/9: White House Asks FISA Court To Ignore 2nd Circuit’s Decision On Bulk Surveillance

6/9: Exclusive: U.S. Tech Industry Appeals to Obama to Keep Hands Off Encryption

6/9: Undetectable NSA-linked hybrid malware hits Intel Security radar

6/8: The Computers Are Listening – NSA Won’t Say If It Automatically Transcribes American Phone Calls in Bulk

6/6: Hackers Are Next on Government-Spyware Company’s List of Targets

6/5: Maryland law grants students social media privacy rights

6/5: US government responds to latest hack: give us more power over data collection

6/4: The US Secretly Expanded Domestic Spying While Praising Transparency

6/2: The Patriot Act Is Changing. Here’s What That Means for Your Privacy

6/1: How the Government Will Spy on You If the Patriot Act Dies

5/17: How Will The Next President Protect Our Digital Lives?

 

Policy:

6/17: Edward Snowden Supports Apple’s Public Stance On Privacy

6/17: Beware the Listening Machines

6/17: Women Are Starting To “Lean In” To Data Privacy Careers

6/16: Should Edward Snowden Trust Apple To Do the Right Thing?

6/15: Adjusting to a World Where No Data Is Secure

6/14: Amazon Publishes Opaque Transparency Report

6/10: In The Information Debate, Openness and Privacy Are The Same Thing

6/10: Do Women Make Better Privacy Professionals?

6/10: What Apple’s Tim Cook Overlooked in His Defense of Privacy

6/9: If the FBI has a backdoor to Facebook or Apple encryption, we are less safe

6/8: Internet users care about their privacy but have given up on safeguarding it

6/8: The Online Privacy Lie Is Unraveling

6/8: The ‘devious defecator’ case shows why employers should never ask for DNA

6/6: Surveillance laws are being rewritten post-Snowden, but what will really change?

6/5: You’re Way Less Apathetic About Privacy Than You Realize

6/3: Surveillance reform explainer: can the FBI still listen to my phone calls?

6/2: Sacrifice privacy for national security? #tellusatoday

6/1: Mercury News editorial: Privacy fight is far from over

6/1: Guest commentary: Encryption, the next battle between security and privacy

5/30: Let gridlock bury mass surveillance, preserve U.S. right to privacy

5/29: If NSA surveillance program ends, phone record trove will endure

 

Overseas:

6/19: Germany Sees Privacy Road Block to EU Plan on Tax Rulings

6/18: Search Delisting Appeals ‘Working Efficiently’, Say European Regulators

6/18: Metadata: Australians’ phone and internet details accessed 334,658 times in 2013-14

6/15: How the Budget Bill Quietly Reshapes Canadian Privacy Law

6/15: Police Scanning Every Face At UK Download Festival 133

6/15: European Ministers Agree To Disagree On Data Protection Reform

6/14: Santander To Track Customer Location Via Mobiles and Tablets

6/14: There is no real case for a snooper’s charter – but that won’t stop it

6/13: Germany Abandons Investigation Into NSA Spying on Chancellor Merkel

6/13: Theresa May keeps snooper’s charter secret

6/12: Google Must Expand Privacy Delistings, Says French Watchdog

6/11: Indie review of UK surveillance laws: As you were, GCHQ – Government pressing on with Snoopers’ Charter

6/11: Downing Street faces fight over call to strip ministers of surveillance powers

6/11: U.K. Review Backs Mass Surveillance But Wants Judges To Sign Warrants

6/11: UK Terrorism Law Watchdog Calls for Major Surveillance Overhaul

6/10: Fake Mobile Phone Towers Operating In The UK

6/10: The German Government’s Surveillance Hypocrisy

6/9: European Cloud Companies Play Up Privacy Credentials

6/8: After U.S. Freedom Act, U.K. Spy Agencies Face Fresh Legal Challenge Over Domestic Dragnets

6/7: GCHQ continues to use data techniques outlawed in US, say campaigners

6/5: Merkel Says Facebook Is ‘Nice,’ Like a Washing MachineU.K. Review Backs Mass Surveillance But Wants Judges To Sign Warrants

6/3: America curbs state snooping, Britain gives the green light

6/2: Secret report urges treaty forcing US web firms’ cooperation in data sharing

6/2: Google hit with antitrust complaint over banned privacy app

 

Tech:

6/20: Banjo’s ability to track events in real time gives clients competitive edge

6/19: DuckDuckGo Sees Massive Growth In Post-Snowden World

6/19: To take the wheel, robot cars must pry it from my cold dead hands

6/18: Drone Startups Grab Record Cash as Kleiner, FF Venture Seek Wins

6/17: Nowy Friends Is A P2P Social Radar App That Does Not Log Your Location

6/17: Google’s Nest targeting ‘thoughtful’ homes with new products

6/17: Google’s Nest launches new home camera, smoke detector

6/16: Bing to encrypt search traffic by default

6/15: Non-creepy social networks make it to your smartphone

6/11: Samsung, LG smartwatches give up personal data to researchers

6/9: Why it took us so long to match Apple on privacy – a Google exec explains

6/8: Apple Stresses User Privacy At WWDC

6/6: ‘Responsive street furniture’ in cities could boost accessibility

6/2: Are You Willing To Share Your Wearables Data With Your Boss?

6/2: Google offers users portal to delete data

6/1: Go Check Up On Your Google Privacy Settings in the New Accounts Page

5/28: Android M And Chrome Are Doing Something Great For Users

5/29: When Are Employee Wellness Incentives No Longer Voluntary?

5/28: Uber Broadens Rider Privacy Policy, Asks for New Permissions

5/26: Lost Explorers: The unrealized vision of Google Glass

5/16: Live Video Apps Like Periscope Make Life Even Less Private

 

Books/Media:

6/19: Jeremy Hutchinson talks to Alan Rusbridger – books podcast

6/17: Democracy in the Dark: A Book Talk with Frederick A.O. Schwarz, Jr.

6/3: Infiltrating ‘The Dark Net,’ Where Criminals, Trolls And Extremists Reign

5/29: Law, Privacy and Surveillance in Canada in the Post-Snowden Era

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