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52 min ago | CBS 3 Springfield
Some Connecticut legislators acknowledge they're struggling over whether to support proposed legislation that would limit public access to 911 audio tapes, additional types of crime scene photos, and law enforcement audio recordings.
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5 hrs ago | Keizertimes.com
The Keizer Police Department has charged Bryan Duane Tilley, 51, of 890 Cater Court North with three additional crimes after a new victim discovered a hidden digital video camera in her bedroom on Sunday, March 2 on the 1400 block of Katie Avenue NE.
9 hrs ago | National Public Radio
Germany on Monday dismissed a claim by NSA leaker Edward Snowden that it had bowed to U.S. demands to water down privacy rights for German citizens.
13 hrs ago | The Spirit of Rock CHOM
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Dan Kaufman, a director at the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, or Darpa, knows he isn't the most popular man at this year's South by Southwest technology conference.
Protecting privacy was on the minds of almost all the dignitaries assembled in Hanover, Germany, on Sunday night to open this year's Cebit trade show, the theme of which is "datability," or big data with responsibility.
The law is not always an ass but it can produce an absurdity. The decision of the Human Rights Review Tribunal to make a company disclose to a failed job applicant the CVs and reference checks of others going for a job is an example.
Much of what we do online is free - but that comes at a cost to our privacy. Services like Google Mail and Facebook are expensive to provide, and companies recoup their investments by selling ads targeted to our web browsing habits.
Any parent who has taken their bundle of joy home from the hospital probably remembers the little heel poke and other tests used to ensure his/her baby was healthy.
Facebook's $19 billion acquisition of mobile messaging app WhatsApp is making some privacy advocacy groups nervous.
Fugitive WikLeaks founder Julian Assange speaks via Skype at the South By SouthWest Interactive festival in Austin, Texas, Saturday, March 8, 2014.
At Sisler High School in Winnipeg, students are taught how much privacy they're giving up when they go on social media sites such as Facebook.
Educational institutions face greater legal exposure given their increasing use of online educational services - and situations where they can both collect and disclose protected information.
As retailers increasingly use shoppers' smartphones to track their real-world browsing habits - from the moment they set foot in a store to their journey through the aisles - a Maryland lawmaker wants to make sure people know they're being watched.
Do corporations have a legal right to track your car? If you think that is a purely academic question, think again.
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