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The Des Moines Human Rights Commission plans its annual symposium Wednesday, according to a news release.
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In an interview with CBS's "60 Minutes" that aired on Sunday night, the California Democrat said a drone spied into the window of her home during a protest outside her house, and that privacy concerns for the technology were "major."
Last year a former CIA technical analyst became one of the most popular advocates of online privacy after he leaked a barrage of highly classified documents .
Missouri's state legislature took steps last Thursday to ban the use of cellphone tracking data in court absent a warrant, the latest state-level push to bring privacy laws in line with rapidly changing technology.
Chris Weigant proposes a great idea I must endorse and pass on in We Need a 'Do Not Track' List.
Lightbeam, a free tool for the Mozilla Firefox Web browser, will show users how many third-party sites watch as they browse the Internet.
As the creator of Sons of Anarchy , Kurt Sutter has made a name for himself as a master of bringing to light the gritty, dangerous and fascinating underbelly of society.
LaTwon Weaver, who was convicted in the 1992 robbery and fatal shooting of a Vista jewelry store owner, has been trying to get his hands on all documents used in filing charges against homicide suspects in the county between 1977 and 1993.
If you think working to get the technology behind autonomous cars to function flawlessly is a difficult job, try regulating a vehicle type that doesn't yet fully exist.
Officers at thousands of law enforcement agencies are wearing tiny cameras to record their interactions with the public, but in many cases the devices are being rolled out faster than departments are able to create policies to govern their use.
This Jan. 15, 2014 file photo shows Los Angeles Police Sgt. Daniel Gomez demonstrating a video feed from his camera into his cellphone as on-body cameras are demonstrated for the media in Los Angeles.
Thousands of law enforcement agencies are equipping their officers with tiny cameras to record interactions with the public.
Women in New Jersey can block a baby's father from the delivery room. A state judge, citing a woman's right to privacy, ruled that mothers can decide who will be with them when giving birth.
You may have heard about the increasing use in schools of data walls on which teachers often post children's names along with their test scores and other academic information that too often humiliates kids who don't do well and violate federal student privacy laws .
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.
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.