Posts Tagged ‘privacy’

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Little-noticed House Republican bill would let employers demand workers’ genetic test results

A creepy new bill that just passed a house committee vote would allow employers to require genetic samples from their workers.

Your employer could demand detailed information about your genes, and even discriminate against you in certain circumstances, if H.R. 1313 gets passed.

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Your cell phone is your enemy.

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WashPost Makes History: First Paper to Call for Prosecution of Its Own Source (After Accepting Pulitzer)

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David Swanson liked what he saw…

“Snowden is the most entertaining, informing, and important film you are likely to see this year.”

 

Snowden: Best Film of the Year

 

 

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Amazon, Google, Apple… Fox News join Microsoft in US gag orders fight

The likes of Apple, Google, and Mozilla—among many others—have put their names to an amicus brief in support of a lawsuit Microsoft filed against the federal government over its controversial and continued use of gagging orders.

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Totalitarianism would result from eliminating our currency…

Sinister Side of a Cashless Society

 

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EFF:

Federal Court: The Fourth Amendment Does Not Protect Your Home Computer

But the decision underscores a broader trend in these cases: courts across the country, faced with unfamiliar technology and unsympathetic defendants, are issuing decisions that threaten everyone’s rights.

 

People like this judge should be removed and sent into retirement immediately. They are not competent to decide such matters.