Privacy

Part of Patriot Act Struck Down

The Patriot Act can't redefine permissible warrantless foreign intelligence surveillance, holds one Oregon Court.

Data Security Sunday

Job-seekers and retirees get their personal information compromised, reminding us all of the importance of data security breach notification laws.

Google's Everlasting Cookies

Google has announced that its cookies will now expire after two years of google-inactivity. It sounds nice, but the privacy impact is negligible.

FWD: The Fourth Amendment and Your Email

The government can't snoop in your email without probable cause (at least in Ohio) (at least for now).

Does Google's Street View Encroach on Personal Privacy Rights?

Google adds street-level images to its map site, but some people are concerned about the company peeking into their windows