Privacy News update, 10-3-14

Govt:
10-4 – Why US Feds and g-men kick up a stink about a growing smartphone encryption trend

10-3 – Suspect appeals cellphone data to US Supreme Court

10-3 – Compromise needed on smartphone encryption

10-2 – The NSA and Me

10-2 – When sunshine doesn’t always disinfect the government

10-1 – Connecticut lawmakers mull drone regulations

10-1 – The Executive Order That Redefines Data Collection

10-1 – The Criminal Indictment That Could Finally Hit Spyware Makers Hard

10-1 – Cops Are Handing Out Spyware to Parents—With Zero Oversight

10-1 – Police-boosted parental control app is a privacy mess, says report

10-1 – Authorities Think About Telling You If You’re Watchlisted from Warrantless Spying

10-1 – Can you shoot down a drone on your land? New incident raises self-defense questions

10-1 – Wide Open Data: NYC taxi dump catches strip club Johns

10-1 – US top cop decries encryption, demands backdoors

9-30 – Creator of spying app arrested

9-30 – California Gov. Jerry Brown signs privacy, anti-spying bills

9-29 – Only Congress Can Crack Apple’s Spy-Proof IPhones

9-29 – The Ghost of Ronald Reagan Authorizes Most NSA Spying

9-28 – Governor vetoes bill that would have limited police use of drones

9-27 – Growing use of police body cameras raises privacy concerns

9-27 – L.A. wants court to revive law allowing motel guest registry searches

9-26 – How the NSA Profits Off of Its Surveillance Technology

9-26 – Insane Traffic Stop Tests ‘Show Me Your Papers’ Law

9-26 – Justice Department to ban profiling by federal law enforcement

9-26 – Microsoft releases new reports showing law enforcement requests

9-25 – FBI Director Criticizes Apple’s and Google’s Privacy Policies

9-22 – Apple Still Has Plenty of Your Data for the Feds

9-20 – Proposed Law Would Limit US Search Warrants For Data Stored Abroad

9-17 – Your iOS 8 Data is Not Beyond Law Enforcement’s Reach… Yet.

 

Overseas:
10-3 – Americans Don’t Care We Spied on You

10-3 – Singapore losing sight of privacy in next-gen tech ambitions

10-2 – Apple, Google mobe encryption good news… for TERRORISTS – EU top cop

10-1 – German data commish makes a Hamburger out of Google

10-1 – How two remote Arctic territories became the front line in the battle for internet privacy

10-1 – Germany’s Security Startups Leading A Global Demand For Online Data Privacy

9-30 – Opposition: we passed Australia’s ‘spook’s charter’ on PURPOSE

9-30 – Scrapping the Human Rights Act: What about privacy and freedom of expression?

9-29 – Telstra, Vodafone at odds over data retention

9-29 – Oracle plans German DCs to soothe NSA-ruffled nerves

9-26 – Storing metadata would cost ‘tens of millions of dollars’, says Vodafone

9-26 – Senators’ ignorance isn’t bliss with new surveillance laws

9-25 – Drones Reveal Widespread Tax Evasion In Argentina

9-25 – Australia’s spy agency to get power to tap unlimited devices

9-25 – Brandis: NO LIMIT to ASIO network taps

9-22 – Australia’s Prime Minister Gives a Master Class in Exploiting Terrorism Fears to Seize New Powers

 

Policy:
10-4 – ‘Encryption will make life very easy for criminals and terrorists’

10-3 – Self-defense against overflying drones

10-2 – The dark side of drones: Chris Anderson and Chad Copeland address privacy concerns

10-2 – Would You Trade Your Privacy for a Cookie? Plus More #Mustreads.

10-1 – Clear, thoughtful rules are needed for recordings by LAPD

9-29 – Why Americans expect privacy: An open letter to FBI Director James Comey

9-30 – A mini-op-ed on Apple’s new encryption policy

9-28 – Spies, avert eyes! Tim Berners-Lee demands a UK digital bill of rights

9-26 – Stanford Uni: Google cash leaves us entirely impartial and unbiased

9-25 – Commentary: Welcoming the drones

9-24 – Kevin Mitnick, Once the World’s Most Wanted Hacker, Is Now Selling Zero-Day Exploits

9-23 – The Cop That Blasted Apple’s New Encryption Got His Facts Backwards

9-23 – Cops Have No Right to Be Angry About the iPhone’s New Encryption

9-22 – Your location info is too revealing: data boffins

9-20 – The Demons Of On-Demand

 

Tech:
10-2 – Atlas snubbed! Ad blocker says it can kill Facebook’s stalker tech

10-2 – Facebook Announces Stricter Guidelines For Research And Experiments On Its Users

10-1 – Apple’s New Anti-Tracking System For iPhones Doesn’t Work, Researcher Claims

9-30 – Apple vs. Google: The Privacy Revolution Rumble

9-30 – Microsoft’s Asimov System To Monitor Users’ Machines In Real Time

9-30 – For better privacy, change these iOS 8 settings

9-29 – No black art to the Blackphone’s quest for smartphone privacy

9-29 – Wi-Fi Tracking: When Sniffing Becomes Snooping

9-26 – ‘What Stays in Vegas’ shines a light on the value of consumer data

9-26 – Report: iPhone Anti-Tracking Feature Only Works With Cell Data Off (Updated)

9-26 – Internet Drone Privacy Peril [100 Words Into The Future

9-25 – Meet Wedg, Another Post-Snowden Personal Cloud Device

9-25 – Cal State Dominguez Hills approves first large-scale test of Google Glass

9-22 – CloudFlare ditches private SSL keys for better security

9-22 – A Closer Look: Ways to hide, secure data on phones

9-22 – Notion’s Connected Sensors Aim To Serve You All Sorts Of Home Alerts

9-15 – Tim Cook Holds Firm On iMessage Security: It’s Encrypted, And We Don’t Have A Key