Is Trump Tweeting From a 'Secure' Smartphone? The White House Won't Say. National Public Radio. Trump's unsecure Android phone highlights common security dilemma In-Depth-Computerworld-Jan 27, 2017. Donald Trump still using personal Android phone despite potential hacking... Telegraph.co.uk-Jan 26, 2017 Use mobile phones as securely as possible - Security in a Box US Considers Scanning Phones and... Continue Reading →
To better target advertising, Facebook may be eavesdropping on members. Click.
Assange's Years-old Vision Becomes Reality More on Julian Assange. Web. News. Governments are going to find it almost impossible to keep secrets in the future: https://t.co/ZNUZv6ceaH pic.twitter.com/TDxBRrZVM7 — Foreign Affairs (@ForeignAffairs) April 22, 2016
Two books offering very different perspectives: I Know Who You Are and What You Did, by attorney Lori Andrews, 2012. Public Parts: How Sharing in the Digital Age Improves the Way We Work and Live, by Professor Jeff Jarvis, 2011.
Can a person's privacy ever be invaded legitimately? Courts in the US have generally ruled that privacy can be invaded IF: the disclosure of private facts is "newsworthy," meaning the public has a legitimate interest in this matter. a celebrity or public person has voluntarily revealed private information about themselves, but then objects when a... Continue Reading →
http://www.nbcnews.com/storyline/san-bernardino-shooting/apple-fights-order-unlock-san-bernardino-shooters-iphone-n519881 Why Apple Is Right to Challenge an Order to Help the F.B.I. https://t.co/B0aTHuPe0z — jimbuie (@jimbuie) February 19, 2016
http://abcnews.go.com/Technology/wireStory/agencies-contend-facebook-breaching-french-privacy-laws-36815981 http://techcrunch.com/2016/02/09/facebook-ordered-to-stop-tracking-non-users-in-france/ http://www.reuters.com/article/us-facebook-france-privacy-idUSKCN0VH1U1 French Demands Could Hammer Facebook's Business Model http://fortune.com/2016/02/09/france-facebook-advertising/
Delivery: the New Front in Corporate Surveillance and Monopoly Power DNA-based Advertising Redefines Commercial Ad-Targeting Smart-phone Carriers Have Too Much Power in US, luring you to pick their favored device. Former State Department Spokesman Hodding Carter Changes Mind on Edward Snowden's Leaks “After Snowden: Privacy, Secrecy and Security in the Information Age.” Bosses turn to... Continue Reading →
The European Union and Argentina have established a Right to be Forgotten (Wikipedia overview) by Google and other search engines. In the News. Google and the Right to be Forgotten (New Yorker magazine.) This is an issue worth exploring by students in Com 441.