Surveillance cameras in SF, post-Roe privacy, and more.
A webinar -- and actions!
Monitoring student protests, Privacy after Roe, and more!
With even more links than normal!
Can we talk about something besides preempting California for a second?
An extended remix of my two-minute public comments
It turned out to be a very interesting process!
Signal's new President, Pelosi on ADPPA, and more!
Today's experiment: more top-level topics, less analysis.
Work in progress!
Let's talk about the elephant in the room.
Getting the week off to a good start! Sephora to pay $1.2m to settle California privacy law claims Jessica Lyons Hardcastle, The Register (theregister.com) Sephora failed to disclose to consumers that it was selling their personal information, and failed to process user requests to opt out of sale
There's still time to improve the federal consumer privacy bill.
A range of stories to start the week off ... Birthing Predictions of Premature Death J. Khadijah Abdurahman on Logic Magazine (logicmag.io) Logic Magazine's incoming editor takes a powerful in-depth look at how family policing (aka "child welfare") became data-driven – and the horrific implications. Every aspect of interacting with the
Introducing a new section on student privacy!
How queer experiences should inform privacy laws, ADPPA may have a $200 million giveaway to telecoms, and more
Loyalty programs sharing pregnancy information, student privacy abuse here in Washington state, and much much more
As usual, dozens of links!
How does ADPPA respond to critiques of California's privacy law?
Stop Shotspotter's week of action, Amazon buys Roomba (what could possibly go wrong? ), and dozens of links.
Even before June's Supreme Court decision ending Roe, Congress was under a lot of pressure to act on privacy – a recent poll says 80% of Americans want them to act, thanks to a steady stream of reporting on data abuse by government agencies, ed tech companies exploiting kids personal data,
ICE buying data from LexisNexis, expanding surveillance in London, a Stop Shotspotter teach in ... and more!
Selling data about pregnant people, federal privacy legislation, Shotspotter in contempt of court, and more!
California's Privacy Protection Agency speaks out.
The California Privacy Protection Agency (CPPA) had a public special board meeting today to discuss the American Data Privacy and Protection Act (ADPPA), a federal consumer privacy bill that would override California Privacy Rights Act (CPRA). Pass the popcorn! Here were my comments, more or less – I edited a bit
Will ADPPA protect pregnant people?
Probing how tech companies data handling could put people looking for information about abortions at risk, Federal privacy legislation advances, and more
DHS buying location data, a hearing on Digital Dragnets, the European Commission violates the EU's data rules ... and more!
New UK legislation, privacy after Roe, Consumer Reports on US legislation ... and more!
With less than a month before Congress leave town again, this will be a busy week on the federal privacy legislation front.
Rescind Amazon Ring, ADPPA drama, and more.
Surveillance power grab in SF, Amazon's Ring sharing data with law enforcement, and more
As always, there's a lot going on!
How will the end of Roe impact proposed federal privacy legislation?
Facial recognition, Google will delete some location data, an abortion pill site shares data with Facebook, and more
An extra long list for the holiday weekend!
Whether you're thinking about it from a research, technology, policy, or strategy perspective, it's well worth the time to delve into this paper.
Health care privacy, ICE surveillance, and more
Including ways to take action, as well as Reproductive Justice, legal, and technical perspectives.
ADPPA update, and lessons from WA state's legislative battles over privacy
Recent privacy news from around the web ... You agreed to what? Doctor check-in software harvests your health data. Geoffrey A. Fowler on the Washington Post (washingtonpost.com) Software that thousands of clinics and hospitals across the United States use to check people into appointment harvests the information people provide and
Today's roundup has an international focus, looking at perspectives on the EU's GDPR regulations, as well as new proposed legislation in the Canada and the UK. First, though, I wanted to highlight next Wednesday's The Color of Surveillance 2022 conference, hosted by Georgetown Law's Center for Privacy and Technology, focusing
Facebook and anti-abortion clinics collecting data, new legislation to ban data brokers from selling location and health data, and more!
ADPPA, COPRA, HLDPA and more!
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