Apr 212018
 
 April 21, 2018  Court, Surveillance, U.S.

From the glad-to-see-the-court-got-this-right dept.: If police want to snoop through a vehicle’s black box data — even after an accident — they will have to get a warrant. That was the conclusion Tuesday of the Missouri Court of Appeals, which took up the case of a black box seized from [Read More…]

Apr 212018
 
 April 21, 2018  Business, Laws, Online

April Glaser writes: When Democrats and Republicans in Congress agree on something, it usually involves symbolic acts of patriotism or minimally decent acts of disaster relief. Add to that list: giving Mark Zuckerberg the third degree—and insisting that his company face some kind of consequence for the Cambridge Analytica scandal [Read More…]

Apr 212018
 
 April 21, 2018  Court, Govt, U.S.

From EPIC.org: EPIC has filed a Freedom of Information Act lawsuit to obtain the release of the unredacted Facebook Assessments from the FTC. The FTC Consent Order. required Facebook to provide to the FTC biennial assessments conducted by an independent auditor. In March, EPIC filed a Freedom of Information Act [Read More…]