Jul 022022
 
 July 2, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Business, Healthcare
Online Abortion Pill Provider Hey Jane Used Tracking Tools That Sent Visitor Data to Meta, Google, and Others

Online Abortion Pill Provider Hey Jane Used Tracking Tools That Sent Visitor Data to Meta, Google, and Others Personal information from reviewers was also exposed until The Markup’s inquiry By: Jon Keegan and Dara Kerr Hey Jane, an online abortion pill provider, performs a service that pro-choice advocates say has become [Read More…]

Jul 012022
 
 July 1, 2022  Posted by  Breaches, Featured News, Govt, Non-U.S., Surveillance

Maura Forrest reports: In a “remarkable” disclosure, Canada’s national police force has described for the first time how it uses spyware to infiltrate mobile devices and collect data, including by remotely turning on the camera and microphone of a suspect’s phone or laptop. The Royal Canadian Mounted Police says it [Read More…]

Jun 292022
 

Juan Miguel and Daniel Schwarz of  the NYCLU write: To protect students, New York State adopted a law in 2020 placing a moratorium on the use of invasive, biased, privacy-destroying biometric surveillance in schools. The moratorium cannot be lifted until the New York State Education Department (NYSED) issues a report on the [Read More…]