Computers, Privacy & the Constitution
Here are some articles that could be of interest regarding the leaked SCOTUS Dobbs v. Jackson draft: Data Broker Is Selling Location Data of People Who Visit Abortion Clinics Twitter thread. The privacy concerns we have shared since the last term are now only exacerbated. Safegraph has said they will stop selling information on visits to abortion clinics. Even so, a visit to the clinic is only one of many indicators/ predictors that could signal upcoming pregnancy. Edwards' comment from the Vice article also raises interesting issues about doxing and whether an anti-doxing statute can preemptively provide some protection. In light of reading one of my classmate's papers, this seems bleak at present. States resistant to a right to abortion have no incentive to enact anti-doxing statutes and federal reach is already limited at present.

Hey Prof Moglen - I cannot seem to create a new topic page? Is that the way it is suppose to be? I was just going to post this article about the Panama papers which critiques Wikileaks' approach to releasing documents and compare with this talk I saw Snowden give about his own approach to leaking, which he describes as probably too cautious. For anyone who may be interested. LizzieOShea - 07 Apr 2016

I think I've made some technical mistake because I can't seem to create a new page, sorry.

They Stormed the Capitol. Their Apps Tracked Them

Intelligence Analysts Use U.S. Smartphone Location Data Without Warrants, Memo Says

What Zoom Does to Campus Conflicts Over Israel and Free Speech

Tumblr of Actual Facebook Graph Searches

Twitter Turns Over User Information In Criminal Probe Of Occupy Boston

Folk models of home computer security: what we think our PCs are doing

Egyptians turn to Tor to Organise dissent online

National biometric pub list use 'explodes'

How many Internet pirates are there, anyway?

Private info on Facebook increasingly used in court

Researchers Track Mouse Movements and Hesitations

Egyptian Government Intrudes on Mobile Operators

Big Data mining: Who owns your social network data?

Did Watson Succeed On Jeopardy By Infringing Copyrights?

Bibliobouts game teaches lesson about source reliability

Changing Threats To Privacy From TIA to Google, video presentation given by Moxie Marlinspike at Blackhat Europe 2010.

How Privacy Vanishes Online

Military Monitored Planned Parenthood, Supremacists

The Snitch in Your Pocket

Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time

New Hack Pinpoints Cell Phone User's Location, Personal And Business Relationships

D.C. Circuit rules against FCC's net neutrality regulatory authority (link added by seminar student, 4/6/10)

FCC's National Broadband Plan (link added by seminar student, 3/23/10)

School District Accused of Remotely-Activating Webcam to Investigate Students - Story also here.

Nanotargeted Pressure

Professor Moglen's Talk at Internet Society, Friday February 5, 2010 Live Feed/Video Here (and a relevant article on The Observer - 7 February 2010 - here) (links added by seminar students, 2/6-2/8)

Google Social Search

Buying You: The Government's Use of Fourth-Parties to Launder Data about 'The People'

Google's Legal Battles

Hacker Exposes Private Twitter Documents

How Advertisers Mine Data on Social Networks

Top court: Police cannot track suspect with GPS

Wisconsin court upholds GPS tracking by police

Government to monitor all internet use and phone data

Blogger Seeks to Protect Sources

Google profile users get a say in people search results

F.B.I. and States Vastly Expand DNA Databases

N.S.A.’s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress

Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fight

Microchip Tells Docs If Patients Have Taken Their Pills, Why That's Scary

Mapping the Cultural Buzz: How Cool Is That?

Pinch Media: Statistics your iPhone apps may be sending back home


CCTV cars snap distracted drivers

Google taps your IP address for Starbucks targeting

Deep Packet Inspection: A Collection of Essays from Industry Experts

Social sites dent privacy efforts

Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries

Online Age Quiz is a Window for Drug Makers

One in four government databases illegal

Gov't may track all UK Facebook traffic

As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up

One Number to Ring Them All

Google to Offer Ads Based on Interests

Advertisers Get a Trove of Clues in Smartphones

Google Software Bug Shared Private Online Documents


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