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Britain said on Thursday it would rush through emergency legislation to force telecoms companies to retain the data of users for a year, saying the move was vital to protect national security following a decision by Europe's top court.
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The New York Civil Liberties Union came out against Mayor de Blasio's plan to create municipal ID cards for undocumented New Yorkers, charging the law could jeopardize residents' privacy and leave them vulnerable to an immigration crackdown.
More than a third of organisations are failing to encrypt sensitive data sent outside their systems, a survey has revealed.
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So the White House opposes this because cybersecurity info sharing is already supposed to be the policy, by executive order.
Even those who believe the National Security Agency's vacuum-cleaner surveillance of electronic communications does not trample privacy rights should be troubled by this practical implication: If you try to know everything, you end up knowing nothing.
"My concern is that video is being overused and sometimes the reason for its use is not being balanced against the privacy risks."
A U.S. judge threw out a lawsuit against the Financial Industry Regulatory Authority by a former broker who alleged that disclosures on the regulator's public database violated his privacy rights.
WASHINGTON The Electronic Privacy Information Center , a privacy watchdog group, has asked the Federal Trade Commission to investigate Facebook's manipulation of the news feeds of nearly 700,000 Facebook users.
As some of its competitors have been battered over their policies for protecting student data, Microsoft Corp. has sought to make sure that the issue-and what it regards as its strong record on privacy-remain firmly in the public eye.
Worried about your boss prying into your personal business, poking around in aspects of your life you'd rather keep between friends and family -- even as you're sharing more of it on social media? Seventeen states have drawn a line on what's your business and what your boss can access by passing laws that ban employers from asking for the logins ... (more)
In a world of increasingly sophisticated online threats, people want reliable security software capable of fully protecting them from cyber-threats on all the devices they use to interact, shop and bank online.
The Globe's Affan Chowdhry is joined by Shayna Gersher from Carleton University, an expert on drone security to discuss the surge in the use of drones and what the Canadian government is doing to keep up with the rapidly developing technology The Globe's Affan Chowdhry is joined by Shayna Gersher from Carleton University, an expert on drone ... (more)
Most of the public and congressional concern about the National Security Agency's electronic surveillance programs has focused on the bulk collection of Americans' telephone "metadata" under a strained interpretation of the Patriot Act.
TOY drones are about to hit the Australian market - and their manufacturer warns that our privacy laws have to keep up with technology.
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