The state of Connecticut is leading the way in figuring that out. I wrote this for C-HIT, CT Health Investigative Team.
Tag Archives: Privacy
Want to watch the Apple hearings in D.C. today?
On the East Coast, they start at 1 p.m. and you can watch them on C-SPAN 3 here. You can also watch a live stream from the House Judiciary Committee. Want to know more? Go here. And here’s Apple’s prepared testimony, which they released on Monday.
The late Justice Scalia and privacy and you
Or: WWScaliaD in the Apple privacy case, by Rachel Levinson-Waldman, originally posed at Just Security.
Should Apple do as the government has asked?
If you haven’t been keeping up, Apple CEO Tim Cook recently sent this letter to customers after being asked by the FBI to create a device that would allow them to break into the iPhone owned by one of the San Bernardino terrorists. It is the FBI’s contention (and the Department of Justice’s, as well) that …
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As it turns out, Google was evil, after all
So much for Google’s motto, “Don’t Be Evil.” Read what Wired magazine has to say about the behemoth’s Street View cars, which were supposed to map the world, but ended up, from 2007 to 2010, gathering private citizens’ (and public ones’, too) personal information such as passwords, emails and photographs. Here‘s Google’s response. Boiled down, …
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