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Why We Permit Fake Identities, Even For Russian Disinformation Campaigns
A detailed report on Russia's disinformation campaign notably never questioned the fact the Russians had the opportunity
Worldwide
28 Dec 2018
2
WHOIS That Infringer?
When a website infringed your trademark or copyright, or otherwise violated your rights, the first place you likely went was to the WHOIS database, to find out who owned and operated that website.
United States
4 Apr 2018
3
Who Reads Privacy Policies?
Americans' privacy is protected on the Internet and mobile apps by a classic disclosure system — we expect those who collect, use, and transfer data to disclose their practices.
United States
12 Jun 2017
4
Mobile Targeting: A ‘Secret Weapon' For Good Or Ill?
A recent Massachusetts case highlights the tension inherent in geo-location targeted ads as well as special concerns that crop up when advertisers target consumers using health care metrics.
United States
9 May 2017
5
Mobile Targeting: A ‘Secret Weapon' For Good Or Ill?
It's an advertiser's dream — the ability to target customers through their mobile devices, right to down to where they are and what they are doing.
United States
3 May 2017
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Do You Have Privacy Rights On Social Media?
Consider an individual's postings on Facebook. A Facebook user may view his or her personal Facebook page as his or her domain, a little like his or her home.
United States
18 Jul 2016
7
Is The Internet Expanding Privacy Expectations?
Is the Internet invading privacy, or expanding privacy? The conventional wisdom is that the Internet is eviscerating privacy.
United States
25 Jan 2016
8
Agencies' Experts Make Privacy Regulation A Serious Threat
Now is the time to get smart about privacy and technology, because your government regulators are smart and savvy in those areas.
United States
8 Dec 2015
9
The Changing Faces Of Facial Recognition
The new technology of facial recognition is starting with a smile. But as it develops, people may begin picturing it with a frown, or maybe a furrowed brow.
United States
12 Aug 2015
10
Data Privacy: From Arthur Miller To Edward Snowden
Data privacy concerns, proposals, and laws (and violations of them) are all around us these days
United States
8 Jun 2015
11
Busting The Top Privacy Myths
But many misunderstandings persist about privacy.
United States
4 Mar 2015
12
Missed Davos? Catch Up Online With The Forum’s Top Internet Issues
If you care about the latest in Internet policy, you probably wish you were side by side with industry and world leaders at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland...
United States
2 Feb 2015
13
In Google Spain ‘Right To Be Forgotten’ Case, EU Court Looks Critically At Free Expression Defense
The European Court of Justice’s decision in the Google Spain "right to be forgotten" case isn't just a ruling about a crazy European regulation.
United States
10 Jun 2014
14
Court Upholds Citizen Surveillance Of Police Activity
Surveillance comes in different flavors, and some surveillance can even affirm and support individual interests in personal liberty.
United States
3 Jun 2014
15
Journalism Still Struggling With An Internet That Never Forgets
When an editor or news director selects a story as newsworthy, should that story remain readily accessible at all times and in all places?
United States
14 May 2014
16
Balancing The Data Privacy Debate: The Benefits Of Big (And Little) Data
Comments to the White House's recent request for comments on "big data" and how it affects Americans were due April 4, but even before all the comments have been reviewed, we can be pretty sure that, as usual, most business comments will run along these lines: (1)
United States
16 Apr 2014
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Court Strikes Down Illinois Eavesdropping Act, Opens Debate On Privacy In The Digital Age
In two landmark rulings that may prompt further examination of how our laws identify and protect privacy interests, the Illinois Supreme Court has found unconstitutional Illinois’ long-standing electronic eavesdropping act.
United States
27 Mar 2014
18
Whitepaper Roundup: Privacy, Copyright, And Digital Advertising
Readers seem to have liked our post about the recent GAO report that summarized the U.S. data privacy debate.
United States
15 Jan 2014
19
The U.S. Data Privacy Debate, In A Nutshell
Do you want a comprehensive overview of the data privacy debate in the United States?
United States
2 Jan 2014
20
FTC Says App Developers Must Shine More Light On How They Use Data
When your own flashlight is spying on you, something is wrong.
United States
23 Dec 2013
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