Amy Dockser Marcus has a report that begins: The trouble started when the Federal Bureau of Investigation attorney made a personal appeal to Bennett Greenspan. If you don’t recognize Greenspan’s name, he’s the president of FamilyTreeDNA. Read her report on WSJ.
Joe Cadillic writes: America’s fear of mass-shootings is about to take a truly bizarre turn. That’s because our law enforcement will soon be used as fortune tellers to spy on future criminals. How will law enforcement be used as fortune tellers? A recent Albuquerque Journal article revealed that law enforcement [Read More…]
Rebecca Mackin of Sheppard Mullin writes: The European Data Protection Board and the European Data Protection Supervisor recently issued a joint opinion on the processing of personal data and the role of the European Commission within the eHealth Digital Health Service Infrastructure. As background, the eHealth Network is a network [Read More…]
Jack Horgan-Jones reports: The State has been told it must delete data held on 3.2 million citizens, which was gathered as part of the roll-out of the Public Services Card, as there is no lawful basis for retaining it. In a highly critical report on its investigation into the card, [Read More…]