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Delaware could make it a crime to disseminate 'revenge porn' should a piece of legislation make it through the General Assembly when session returns next week.
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Zuckerberg has often been accused of a lax attitude to internet privacy, but the NSA revelations may have changed that FACEBOOK CEO Mark Zuckerberg telephoned US President Barack Obama yesterday to express his frustration over the US government's electronic surveillance of the internet.
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Boise, Idaho A House committee this week is expected to take up a bill that's received bi-partisan support, so far, having moved through the Senate unanimously.
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A Venable attorney speaking at the fifth annual Mobile Marketing Day said that while data privacy and security are important concerns for consumers and regulators, there is also a need for more relevant advertising, forcing marketers to balance these issues.
Senior Editor for The Economist Edward Lucas and law professor Stephen Holmes sparred over privacy rights in a debate moderated by NYU law professor Ryan Goodman at the NYU School of Law on March 13. The two experts argued over a number of issues surrounding privacy, including the constitutionality of the National Security Agency's practices, the ... (more)
Critics say it could increase car insurance premiums and prevent some Minnesota drivers from getting safety recall notices.
There is no privacy on the Internet, but that doesn't mean you have to give away the store for free.
Milwaukee police say a maintenance man shot and killed two teenagers as he was being beaten with a baseball bat.
Bosses would be forbidden from requiring employees to give them access to their Facebook, Twitter or other social media accounts under legislation pending in Rhode Island.
Elaine Keenan Bengts, Nunavut's information and privacy commissioner, at a meeting held April 2013 with the legislative assembly's standing committee on government operations.
Some entrepreneurs came to South By Southwest in hopes of finding a co-founder to team up with on a business idea.
Vast amounts of information collected by private companies, including Google, Microsoft, Facebook and Twitter, give new insight into all aspects of everyday life -- and raise and accelerate ethical concerns.
"The US holds itself out as a leader on civil and political rights, but its record is rife with failings and contradictions.
Despite what is know about the rules and manner by which that information is regulated - specifically personal data belonging to U.S. citizens not under direct investigation or targeted for surveillance by court order - new reporting in Wednesday's New York Times by Charlie Savage and Laura Poitras, based on documents leaked by NSA whistleblower ... (more)
Exiled WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange addressed the South By Southwest Interactive festival via Skype from his sanctuary in the Ecuadorian embassy in London.
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