Most New York City public school parents don't know that their child's personal information will be available to third-party companies through a new data-sharing initiative. Parents and advocates opposed to the new initiative believe it will put sensitive student information at risk and allow com ... More >>
Collecting your data to serve you better.If you're on Facebook, you've likely seen the panicky message that's been circulating, warning that the social networking behemoth has started publishing all your phone contacts for everybody to see: "ALL THE PHONE NUMBERS IN YOUR PHONE are now PUBLIS ... More >>
Since the Republicans -- with the help of those Revolutionary-War reenactors in the Tea Party -- scored big in the 2010 elections, they've been bringing up the U.S. Constitution a lot. Incoming House Speaker John Boehner pushes the GOP "Pledge to America" promise "to honor the Constitution as constr ... More >>
While thousands of holiday travelers are being digitally strip-searched at U.S. airports, privacy advocates are mounting a fresh effort to fight the technology. The Electronic Privacy Information Center has just filed suit against the federal government to uncover details of the use of the crime- ... More >>
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Big Brother's got you under surveillance. But so does little sister.
Prying in a Terrorized World
Watchdog Color-Codes Government Infringements on Privacy
Where Is Our Bill of Rights Defense Committee?
Privacy Hounds Bring DoubleClick to Heelfor Now
Keeping a Piece of the Action
Planned internet surveillance network proves spying is 'good government practice'
The FBI, Courtesy of the New York Court of Appeals
In a society of voyeurs, eavesdropping is an art
Is The Ceo Reading Your E-Mail?
The U.S.-led ECHELON spy network is eavesdropping on the whole world
How Corporations Hide Behind Net Privacy 'Solutions'