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Will Congress mandate a warrant for access to our emails? What about location tracking? | Privacy SOS privacysos.org
This guest blog was written by ACLU of Massachusetts intern Max BauerIn the mid-1980s, Senator Patrick Leahy decided it was time for Congress to update its privacy laws. The changing landscape of electronic communications technologies Americans used wasn&
Join us: Jeremy Scahill, Noam Chomsky and Amy Goodman in Cambridge 4/27The haves and the have-nots in secretive AmericaBloomberg: NYPD officers deployed to Boston fusion centerIndustry: biometrics business valued at $10 billion by 2018Perfect security? Pe
Saturday, 4/13 in Boston: Protest to reform the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act | Privacy SOS privacysos.org
Join the ACLU of Massachusetts, Demand Progress, Free Press and others on Saturday April 13 at noon at Dewey Square to call for Computer Fraud and Abuse Act reform. (Dewey is right across the street from South Station; map here.)Going to the protest? RSVP
Cop car with built-in face recognition and predictive policing wins UK award | Privacy SOS privacysos.org
Photo credit: Syed Abdul KhaliqIndustry website Planet Biometrics informs us that a UK organization has created a police car with built-in face recognition and ‘predictive policing’ capabilities.