Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor of the World Wide Web a quarter-century ago, is calling for an "Internet Users Bill of Rights" to reform the privacy laws, increased censorship and accessibility issues. "We need independence of the webShow More Summary
Credits: CARL COURT/AFP/Getty Images Inventor of the World Wide Web says it's time to create an online bill of rights to defend freedom and privacy One-Minute Read Wednesday, March 12, 2014 - 10:24am SIR Tim Berners-Lee, the inventor...Show More Summary
The growing use of technology has allowed for the collection of mass amounts of data on students. Control over personal information has been lost by students and the risks to student privacy have risen dramatically. In this post, Khaliah...Show More Summary
Americans cherish their privacy, but as headline after headline brings alarming news of data breaches, governmental snooping, and data mining, it becomes evident that something needs to be done. That’s why more than 30 civil liberties...Show More Summary
Truthdig Editor-in-Chief Robert Scheer and the other “Left, Right & Center” panelists discuss the political protests in Ukraine, the privacy implications of Facebook’s $19 billion acquisition of the texting service WhatsApp and billionaire...Show More Summary
Recent amendments to Brazil's pioneer bill of rights for Internet users, the “Marco Civil da Internet” (Internet Civil Rights Framework), put net neutrality and users’ privacy at stake. The bill is expected to be voted on by Congress during the last week of February 2014. Activists have launched an online campaign asking for the...
Categories: Procurement Commentary Tags: Incendiary Tidbits, L1 If the cloud contract is silent, then you’ve pretty much given up your data privacy rights. However, when the cloud-based applications provider is also a cloud-based network provider, you are opening a MUCH larger can of worms. Show More Summary
A debate on the protection of the constitutional right to privacy of all Americans' phone records is happening Wednesday in Congress. Seldom does Congress conduct a debate on the Bill of Rights, yet today there will be discussion on the scope and application of the 4th Amendment of the Constitution dealing with phone records. Show More Summary
What with all of the fuss about the recently rejected CISPA bill, which would have given authorities the right to demand user information from web companies without notifying the individual’s concerned, more than a few people will be on heightened … Continue reading ?
Some of the proposed changes to Europe's data protection laws would strip citizens of their privacy rights, a coalition of international civil liberties organizations said Thursday.The European Parliament is currently considering proposals from the European Commission for a complete overhaul of the E.U.'s data protection laws. Show More Summary
An informal survey suggests a desire for greater privacy protections is present among some liberals, conservatives and libertarians.
While CISPA’s progress past the US House of Representatives was drawing plenty of heat from privacy activists last week, an altogether different internet bill that aims to enhance internet user’s privacy was facing down tough opposition of its own. If … Continue reading ?
The U.S. House of Representatives has voted to approve a controversial cyberthreat information-sharing bill, despite opposition from the White House and several privacy and digital rights groups. The House on Thursday voted 288-127 to approve the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA), a bill that would allow U.S. Show More Summary
TALLAHASSEE, Florida (Reuters) - The Florida legislature passed a bill on Wednesday restricting the use of unmanned drones by law enforcement agencies in the state, out of concern over privacy rights.
At the Deadline Club's panel on privacy and the right to know on Tuesday, the discussion began with guns and ended with The New York Times's Bill Keller flashing a picture of Anthony Weiner (in this one, he had his shirt on). The panel of four journalists and one lawyer--the Hearst Corporation's senior vice president and general counsel, Eve...
A year ago, the House of Representatives was poised to pass the Cyber Intelligence Sharing and Protection Act (CISPA). It was a dangerous bill, threatening to obliterate Internet users' privacy rights and, in fact, to trump every privacy law on the books. Show More Summary
Responding to a Massachusetts school directive instructing teachers how best to respect the gender identity and privacy of transgender students, the Fox News host argued that a parent's right to know trumps the student's safety and privacy. read more
Barely a year after the defeat of SOPA, Congress is back to testing the waters for legislation that many internet users believe to be in violation of their fundamental rights to privacy and free expression. CISPA, a bill that would make...Show More Summary
Two U.S. lawmakers have reintroduced a controversial cyberthreat information-sharing bill over the objections of some privacy advocates and digital rights groups. As promised, Representatives Mike Rogers, a Michigan Republican, and C.A. Show More Summary
Rumors of CISPA's demise were apparently greatly exaggerated, according to various privacy rights advocates and organizations today.