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  1. Government favors open hearing in bridge co-conspirator caseRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | White Lake Beacon

    ... wrote that if it is unable to answer any question during the June 6 arguments because of grand jury secrecy or privacy concerns, it would answer the question privately, in a sealed submission. "And John Doe can employ the same procedure if his ...


  2. House Tries to Overcome Roadblocks on Mental Health ReformRead the original story

    Monday | Roll Call

    ... strongly opposed the initial legislation, sponsored by Rep. Tim Murphy , R-Pa., arguing that it weakened patient privacy protections and would have made changes to the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration that they felt would ...


  3. Court Victory in Bathroom BattleRead the original story

    Monday | Christian Newswire

    ... to overturn AB 1266. The Secretary of State and 55 counties had resisted production of these documents, citing privacy concerns. "Today the court gave us a roadmap that we believe will ultimately allow us to prove that the necessary signatures were ...


  4. Guest Opinion: Consumers Deserve Clear Internet Privacy ProtectionsRead the original story

    Monday | CED

    ... eleven mobile devices per person. This mobile device explosion is exactly why the FCC's scope on broadband consumer privacy is misguided. On April 1, the FCC opened a rulemaking process on consumer broadband privacy. While many, if not all privacy ...


  5. Supreme Court Holds Congress Cannot Confer Automatic Standing By StatuteRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | JD Supra

    ... A "bare procedural violation" will not suffice. This analysis will likely have far reaching implications for data privacy class actions, particularly those under the Telephone Consumer Protection Act. DISCLAIMER: Because of the generality of this ...


  6. Support Patient Care and Confidentiality at Hillsboro School Based Health CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | BlueOregon

    ... not medical assessment). Harris' objections to contraceptive care are unscientific and inconsistent with Oregon privacy law and public health policy. For these reasons alone, the School Board should disregard them, but there is another reason. ...


  7. Privacy fears: Panel has advice for drone operatorsRead the original story

    Monday | South Carolina Lawyers Weekly

    A panel of privacy experts and technology companies organized by the Obama administration has issued guidelines for using drones without being overly intrusive. The suggestions are voluntary, but some business interests involved in the debate hope the guidelines head off tougher regulations that they fear could smother the drone industry in its infancy.


  8. Real-Time Advertising Summit in London - 20% Early Bird Discount Expiring This FridayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | PR Log

    ... Summit, will include the following topics: - Current State of Programmatic, Market Size & Growth - EU Data Privacy Regulation - Gaining a Deeper Understanding of Mobile Programmatic - Programmatic is not Killing Creative - Creative Programmatic ...


  9. PROSHRED New York Aiming to Raise $75,000 on National Cancer Survivors DayRead the original story

    Monday | PRWeb

    ... for information destruction, helping businesses and individuals alike maintain information security and personal privacy. PROSHRED New York is a service-driven document destruction company dedicated to on-site paper shredding: one of the most ...


  10. May 21: Patrick on wrong side in defying lawRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 21 | Austin American-Statesman

    ... problem." We do not want apparent boys using girls' rest rooms because they are transgender, or vice versa. Privacy concerns are unavoidable. Heterosexual and homosexual teens must behave modestly and considerately when showering together. "Normal" ...


  11. 01JunHow Will New York Regulate Drones - Live & WebcastRead the original story

    Monday | NYSBA

    Some estimate that the domestic market for unmanned aerial vehicles - better known as drones - will surge to over $13 billion by 2018. But is New York ready for this game-changing technology? The commercialization of drones has spawned a seemingly endless array of potential business and other applications, but it has also sparked legislative debates about the pros and cons of drone usage nationally, particularly in relation to privacy concerns.


  12. Ayla Networks CTO Adrian Caceres, Other Company Executives to Speak...Read the original story

    Monday | Information Technology

    In May 2016, Ayla Networks Co-founder, CTO and Vice President of Engineering Adrian Caceres will speak at two industry conferences-CONNECTIONS in San Francisco on May 24 and ICSSEA in Paris on May 27- about security and testing in the Internet of Things market. In talks about privacy and security issues in smart home devices and the importance of IoT quality assurance testing, Caceres calls upon his extensive background in working with connected devices at Ayla and at Amazon's Lab126 as the technical lead for the Kindle wireless software team.


  13. How autonomous cars will change drivingRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    ... widespread autonomous vehicle use are wide ranging, but they shouldn't scare us. As some have pointed out, there are privacy concerns . Others have questioned the impact on how many new cars are bought. Pretty much everybody questions how autonomous ...


  14. Lower precision is deceptively importantRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | EETimes

    ... for emerging topics such as machine cognition, for which very few "facts" are known with 100% certainty. Want to see privacy concerns, check out this new API With something like ...


  15. Full articleRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABS-CBN News

    MANILA President Aquino has signed into law Republic Act 10844, creating the Department of Information and Communications Technology , Malacanang said on Monday. Palace said the law requires that the department heads have "at least seven years of competence and expertise in any of the following: information and communications technology; information technology service management; information security management; cybersecurity, data privacy, e-commerce, or human capital development in the ICT sector."


  16. 5 Questions to Ask When Choosing Cloud Service ProvidersRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CNet News

    ... which ones have potential and which ones should stay put. Consider factors like information security and data privacy needs, compliance requirements and technical architecture. Then, based on your risk tolerance, budget, and the sizes and types of ...


  17. The Daily 202: Refusal to release tax returns emerging as a big liability for TrumpRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Washington Post

    ... its own host of questions.) Then Trump claimed there's nothing to learn from the filings. Next, he invoked personal privacy. "None of your business," he's said a few times. After a backlash, he reiterated that he wants to release them but cannot. ...


  18. Pa. court revives lawsuit by gun owners who claim sheriff violated their privacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    A Commonwealth Court panel has revived a lawsuit by four gun owners who claim a county sheriff violated their privacy rights by using postcards to inform them if their applications for concealed carry permits were denied or approved. The state judges also reversed a ruling that granted Franklin County Sheriff Dane Anthony immunity from the suit brought by the gun owners, who are identified in court documents only by the names John and Jane Doe.


  19. Bathroom Debate Could Roil 2017 Arkansas SessionRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday |

    ... at a news conference. "I have indicated to those legislators that I would be happy to work with them to address any privacy concerns that need to be addressed in light of President Obama's directive." The federal guidance issued this month by ...


  20. 3 Ways SAP Just Raised Its Marketing PlayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | CMSWire

    ... rendering of the query result. While marketers will undoubtedly find the solution interesting, it does raise privacy concerns. But Henschen told CMSWire those fears are unfounded because the service offers no PII (personally identifiable ...