Billy Dukes provides the Counterpoint to an argument about a privacy issue I was not aware of: The issue of whether or not media outlets should service the Randy Travis arrest video isn’t a legal one. It’s a moral issue that’s only attached to the now-Country Music Hall of Famer. TV news, tabloid [Read More…]
Apparently Joe Cadillic and I aren’t the only ones who thought that a Ravens promo raised a lot of warning flags, although our concern wasn’t as regulatory as much as privacy-oriented. Joe sent along this update: Jeff Barker reports: Massachusetts biotech firm still intends to give away DNA test [Read More…]
Edward Gay reports: The Privacy Commissioner will be investigating how a gang member was able to get the details of a police informant from a staff member at Vehicle Testing New Zealand. Read more on Radio New Zealand.
Jeffrey D. Neuburger of Proskauer Rose writes: This week’s Apple X announcement was not more than a few hours old, and the questions began to come in. Apple’s introduction of Face ID facial recognition on its new phone – although already available in some form on several Android phones – [Read More…]