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The American Bar Association [ABA] says it's ethical for lawyers to scour online for publicly available musings of citizens called for jury service -- and even jurors in deliberations." "Lots of people want to own your identity," said this VMWorld speaker. if you post your mother's maiden name on Facebook, and maybe the name of your first dog, people already have your password anyway." "NY1 is suing the NYPD over access to 190 hours of footage from the body-camera pilot program -- because the department wants the news channel to pay ,000 for just a sampling of what the cameras have recorded.
" "Our brains often forget where we saw something among the countless tabs and documents on our computers each day.
So it was decided that the only sensible thing to do was to put a security camera in the monitor room." "A DNA evidence bill that would let police in the field, not just technicians in an accredited lab, quickly test the genetic material of suspects has advanced to the House [United States House of Representatives] floor." "A battle over background checks for Uber drivers at the world's busiest airport comes as cities like Los Angeles and Austin, Texas, consider more thorough screenings to prevent criminals from getting behind the wheel." "A bill has been introduced in New York [USA] which aims to increase distracted driver accountability.
If passed it would let police use technology at the scene of a crash to determine if the collision was related to distracted driving." "A bipartisan group of lawmakers is drafting legislation to block a new Obama administration rule that would allow the government to hack into the devices of any American on the permission of a single judge – without the need for any evidence of wrongdoing." "A majority of Americans say they support warrantless government surveillance of the Internet communications of U. citizens, according to a new poll by The Associated Press and the NORC Center for Public Affairs Research." "A response by Redditor 161719 to the 7 June 2013 post by Redditor legalbeagle05 titled 'I believe the government should be allowed to view my e-mails, tap my phone calls, and view my web history for national security concerns.
Obama is expected to tweak the bulk data program rather than overhaul it or junk it outright." "Gallup poll finds that Americans fear being hacked (having POS credit card info stolen by cybercrimincals) than any other crime" — Do you know of any similar surveys that examine other countries/regions?
"Google can reset the passcodes when served with a search warrant and an order instructing them to assist law enforcement to extract data from the device.
Reclaiming the privacy high ground requires changing minds and you can't do that if you scare people away." "Belgium on Monday [31 August 2015] unveiled plans for a controversial system to collect data on all airline passengers, as well as international train and ferry travellers, in the wake of a foiled attack on a train running between Belgium and Paris." "China studied US legislation to draft its controversial counterterrorism law, it said Wednesday [23 December 2015], amid concerns in Washington that the bill's provisions may tighten media controls and threaten the intellectual property of foreign tech firms." "China's parliament passed a controversial new anti-terrorism law on Sunday that requires technology firms to hand over sensitive information such as encryption keys to the government and allows the military to venture overseas on counter-terror operations." "Companies that perform surveillance [...] assert that we freely share our data in return for valuable services.
If I got caught, it would be by my own mistakes" "IBM on Monday [13 April 2015] announced alliances with Apple and others to put artificial intelligence to work drawing potentially life-saving insights from the booming amount of health data generated on personal devices." "If you have nothing to hide, then you have nothing to fear" - has always made my skin crawl.
To make it easier to find things, Seattle-based Atlas Informatics launched Atlas Recall, which lets you search for anything you've ever looked at on your computer." "Over the telephone, in jail and online, a new digital bounty is being harvested: the human voice.
Businesses and governments around the world increasingly are turning to voice biometrics, or voiceprints, to pay pensions, collect taxes, track criminals and replace passwords." "People have begun to accept the concept that they can exchange personal information for services.
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