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Eric Stroshane

@ericstroshane

News editor of the Journal of Intellectual Freedom and Privacy, Voices for Privacy, and Intellectual Freedom News. Opinions expressed here are my own.

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In this week’s privacy news: Protecting student data privacy in the digital age, CBP ordered to disclose social media surveillance rules, and there’s no escape from Facebook. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Students campaign to keep facial recognition out of schools, geofence warrants threaten civil liberties, and how surveillance programs developed after 9/11. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: How 9/11 made the US surveillance state, Baltimore bans private use of facial recognition technology, and Apple delays iPhone photo-scanning plan. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: geofence warrants threaten privacy across the US, Afghan biometric databases abandoned to the Taliban, and Apple’s privacy changes are normalizing surveillance. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Federal government to expand use of facial recognition despite growing concerns, Apple’s dangerous surveillance tech, and T-Mobile data breach grows to 7.8M customers. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Apple opens the encryption Pandora’s box, massive T-Mobile data breach, and Taliban reportedly seize biometric devices used by US military. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Apple opens a backdoor to your private life, NYPD had a secret fund for surveillance tools, and Uber asks contractor to allow video surveillance in employee homes. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Federal bill protecting minors’ privacy introduced, Amazon gets record fine over data violations, and Colorado becomes the third state to enact comprehensive privacy legislation. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: students are facing facial recognition watchlists in Texas schools, the booming trade in surveillance tech, and how the HIPAA law works and why people get it wrong. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: leak uncovers global abuse of cyber-surveillance weapon, state data privacy bills growing more widespread, and facial recognition surges in retail stores. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Maine becomes first state to pass broad gov’t ban on facial recognition tech, Windows 11 to include DNS over HTTPS, and Chinese company Tencent Games deploys facial recognition to limit youths’ play. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: New report shows facial recognition tech widely used across the US government, the role of encryption in protecting LGBTQ+ community members, and Maine passes the strongest state facial recognition ban yet. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: Colorado enacts new data privacy law, Congress eyes clampdown on Stingray surveillance, and Ring gave cops free cameras to build and promote surveillance network. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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In this week’s privacy news: King County bans gov’t use of facial recognition software, Amazon says police now need to make a public request to access Ring doorbell videos, and the all-seeing eyes of New York’s 15,000 surveillance cameras. chooseprivacyeveryday.org/privacy-news-f…

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