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While not always obvious, websites commonly allow other companies to track user behavior.
Your Digital Trail: Does The Fourth Amendment Protect Us?
(Daniel Zwerdling, All Tech Considered, NPR, 10-2-13) Could government agents really get access to all your private data in less than a minute?
Experts say no but warn we are moving in that direction.
Scroogle, an ad-free Google search proxy that prevents the searcher's data being stored by Google (as explained on Technically Speaking Radio).
Privacy Journal (Robert Ellis Smith's newsletter on personal privacy, online and elsewhere)Privacy.
• Codes of Ethics, Standards and Guidelines, and Statements of Principle and Best Practices • Medical ghostwriting and ethical issues in medical publishing •Privacy and invasion of privacy • Online privacy: Steps can you take to protect it •HIPAA, electronic health records, medical privacy laws, and patient rights •Taping phone calls •Photographers' rights • Right of publicity (personality rights) • Plagiarism, recycling, patchwriting, and sloppy research • Defamation, libel, and slander Organizations fighting for the four freedoms • Free speech and freedom of expression • Freedom of the press Free speech and protest on campus • Academic freedom Trump, the press, and the truth • Sunshine laws, government transparency, and Sunshine Week • Prior restraint (government censorship) • Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) • Censorship and banned books • Banned books (lists) • Timelines of censorship history • Anti-SLAPP law • Protection for whistleblowers • What's up with shield laws? Border Since 2011 (Charlie Savage and Ron Nixon, NY times, 12-22-17) The American Civil Liberties Union and the Electronic Frontier Foundation havefiled a lawsuit in Boston arguing that a warrant should be required to search such devices at the border. I Know What You Think of Me (Tim Kreider, NY Times Opinion section, 6-15-13). 697 Why the Internet Is Bad the dreadful consequence of hitting reply all instead of reply or forward.
• Truth, accuracy, public trust, and accountability • Anonymous sources • Blogging, digital journalism, and the law • Best practices for government communicators A "Dark Age" for the Constitution at U. Borders (Knight First Amendment Institute) In response to a Knight Institute FOIA request, the government released a 92-page spreadsheet containing over 240 complaints from travelers whose electronic devices were searched at the border. The Trump administration asked a judge to dismiss the case (Ghassan Alasaad et al. EPIC Online Guide to Practical Privacy Tools (there's a whole new world here! (Jessi Hempel, Fortune, 8-26-11) Hempel weighs in on Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way we Work and Live, Jeff Jarviss argument that we all need to loosen up over Internet privacy.
He labeled understandable, but without merit the defendants contention that he had a privacy interest in his tweets." Data Marketers Know What You Bought Last Summer (Elise Hu, New York Public Radio, 9-4-13) Marketing technology company Acxiom is letting you see the data marketers have and use to advertise to you.
Check out what they know about you, your household, your education or income or purchase preferences.
Your Digital Trail, And How It Can Be Used Against You (Daniel Zwerdling, All Tech Considered, NPR, 9-30-13) NPR and the Center for Investigative Reporting are documenting just how vivid the typical person's digital picture has become and how easy it can be to access it. This is first part of a four-part series examining your digital trail and who potentially has access to it.