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"Search Warrants Can Require Defendants to Give Phone Passcode," by Joe Atmonavage, Governing, August 12, 2020
"Lawsuit Challenges Constitutionality Of Border Patrol Checkpoints On I-93," by Todd Bookman, NHPR, August 11, 2020
"Facial Recognition Start-Up Mounts a First Amendment Defense in Privacy Suits," by Kashmir Hill, New York Times, August 11, 2020
"Witness Seized on Immigration Suspicions Can Pursue Lawsuit," by Brian Flood, Bloomberg Law, August 10, 2020
"Police built an AI to predict violent crime. It was seriously flawed," by Matt Burgess, WIRED, August 06, 2020
"The latest FISA findings are reassuring. Given the potential for abuse, continuing accountability is essential.," by Editorial Board, Washington Post, August 06, 2020
"Protester Surveillance May Test Constitutional Privacy in Courts," by Julia Weng and Daniel R. Stoller, Bloomberg Law, August 04, 2020
"Why a Data Breach at a Genealogy Site Has Privacy Experts Worried," by Heather Murphy, New York Times, August 01, 2020
"Lawmaker questions Google's CEO about geofence warrants," by Alfred Ng, CNET, July 29, 2020
"San Francisco Police Accessed Business District Camera Network to Spy on Protestors," by Dave Maass and Matthew Guariglia, Electronic Frontier Foundation, July 27, 2020
"The Centuries-Long History of Racism in Surveillance Tech," by Lauren Goode, WIRED, July 27, 2020
"Police Requests for Google Users’ Location Histories Face New Scrutiny," by David Uberti, Wall Street Journal, July 27, 2020
"Customs and Border Protection Can Track Cars Nationwide Via Commercial Database," by Hannah Klein, Slate, July 22, 2020
"Privacy Group Seeks Police Records on Times Square Surveillance," by Andrea Vittorio, Bloomberg Law, July 21, 2020
"Google Promises Privacy With Virus App but Can Still Collect Location Data," by Natasha Singer, New York Times, July 20, 2020