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Data Tracking Technology Used During Pandemic at Risk of Abuse, Privacy Expert Warns
The COVID-19 pandemic has given rise to tech-based surveillance, opening up opportunities for the government and corporations to harvest citizens’ data under the radar, says a technology policy director. The ...
June 15, 2022
Group Calls on Government to Reconsider Its ‘Fundamentally Flawed’ Approach to Combating Harmful Online Content
An expansive federal law proposal to combat harmful online content is not only “fundamentally flawed” but also violates ...
October 2, 2021
Beijing Pushes Citizens to Download Police-Developed ‘Anti-Fraud App,’ Stirring Privacy Concerns
The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been widely promoting a police-developed anti-fraud app that functions as spyware since ...
September 29, 2021
Traffic Cameras Installed at Over 100 Intersections in Richmond Raises Privacy, Surveillance Concerns
The installation of video cameras at over half the intersections in Richmond, B.C., is raising concerns around surveillance ...
June 23, 2021
China’s Suspected COVID-19 Patients List Leaked Online, Sparking Outrage
Personal information about COVID-19 patients in China was recently leaked online, sparking a heated debate about privacy. Two ...
January 24, 2021
Personal Data Surveillance of Smartphone Users Through Apps Is Overlooked: Cybersecurity Adviser
Collecting personal information from internet users through social media apps in order to promote certain products to those ...
November 6, 2020
Judge Restricts Searches of Electronic Devices at Border
Officials at U.S. ports of entry may not search international travelers’ electronic devices in the absence of suspicion ...
November 17, 2019
Schumer: Probe Billboards Using Phone Data to Track Shoppers
NEW YORK— A U.S. senator is calling for a federal investigation into an outdoor advertising company's latest effort ...
May 1, 2016
The Associated Press
EU Court Rules Employers Can Read Your Private Messages at Work
Employers in Europe now have the right to keep tabs on the private emails and text messages that ...
January 14, 2016
France Orders Google to Apply Europe’s ‘Right to Be Forgotten’ Rule Globally
France's data protection agency rejected Google's appeal of its decision to require the search-engine to apply Europe's "Right ...
September 21, 2015
Privacy Complaints Increased 50 Percent in 2014
Privacy advocates say a jump in the number of privacy related complaints in 2014 is proof that Canadians ...
June 11, 2015
Ambiguous Illinois Law Allows Schools to Demand Social Media Passwords
The Illinois legislature passed a school privacy rights law that went into effect on Jan. 1, 2014, which ...
January 23, 2015
Canada: Who Will Keep an Eye on the Spies?
Over 30 organizations have formed a coalition to protect Canadians against government intrusion online.
October 17, 2013
San Francisco Q&A: ‘How much privacy are you willing to give up for more security?’
The Epoch Times asked Bay Area locals: "In the light of the NSA leak, how much privacy are ...
June 13, 2013
Skype Handed Over Teenager’s Information to IT Firm
Skype, the popular voice-over-Internet and messaging service, is said to have illegally handed over a teenage user's personal ...
November 6, 2012
Council Hearing on NYPD Bills on Wednesday
A hearing on four pieces of legislation which, if passed, would impact how the NYPD operates is scheduled ...
October 9, 2012
Germany Targets Facebook’s Face Recognition
A digital privacy watchdog in Germany plans legal action against Facebook over its facial recognition feature said to ...
August 15, 2012
YouTube Introduces Face-Blur Tool to Protect Activists, Children
YouTube announced it is launching a feature to give uploaders the ability to blur the faces of people ...
July 22, 2012
Annual Shred Fest this Sunday
This Sunday residents are invited to join the annual Shred Fest and protect their identities, Organized by the ...
May 17, 2012
Rights Groups Say Cybersecurity Act Threatens Privacy
A joint letter from more than 30 organizations is calling on the Senate to revise parts of the ...
May 13, 2012
Funding for Privacy Projects
Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart announced $500,000 in funding for 11 research projects on Wednesday.
May 2, 2012
Epoch Times Staff
Privacy Debate Rekindled Over Google Street View
Google is once again on the hot seat for collecting user data through it’s Street View system.
April 20, 2012
UK to Monitor E-Mail, Web Use
Legislation to be announced in May is proposing that the U.K. grant one of its intelligence agencies additional ...
April 1, 2012
Sweden Adopts Controversial EU Data Retention Directive
After a divisive vote in Parliament on Wednesday, Sweden became one of the last countries in the European ...
March 21, 2012
White House Unveils ‘Privacy Bill of Rights’
The White House on Feb. 23 unveiled a “privacy bill of rights” and called on Internet companies to ...
February 23, 2012
Apple Vows to Strengthen Privacy After App Flap
While Path is not the only iOS app to access users' private data and address books, its lack ...
February 17, 2012
Limit the Personal Info You Share Online: Privacy Commissioner
To coincide with Data Privacy Day, marked annually by organizations around the world on Jan. 28, Privacy Commissioner ...
January 25, 2012
Conservative Group Says Wisconsin Voting Van Violates Neutrality Rules
GOP Launches NARA Probe Over FBI Mar-a-Lago Raid
Canada Sent Nipah Virus to Wuhan; Lab Conducts ‘Most Dangerous Research’ on Nipah, Scientist Testifies to US Senate
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Texas Restaurant Owner Sues US Labor Dept. Over Compensation Rule
Trump’s Influence Has Energized Outsiders in GOP Primary Races, Strategists Say
Democrats’ $700 Billion Inflation Reduction Act Could Hurt US Consumers, Workers
Chinese Regime Says Will ‘Normalize’ Taiwan Patrols as Military Drills Conclude
CDC, FDA Shouldn’t Have Cleared and Recommended COVID-19 Vaccines for Young Children: Complaint
Polk School Board Reinstates 16 Books to Library Shelves, Some Parents Believe it May Violate Florida Law
Health Officials, LGBT Groups Demand More Monkeypox Vaccines, Testing