Thursday, December 20, 2012

REDUX: The end of the end of 2012 edition

Eat your heart out Jimmy Buffet

End is near for surveillance law powers 

Identity tech made 3 out of Tana Geneva's,  5 Unbelievably Creepy Surveillance Tactics Read more about: Biometric Time Clocks, GPS/RFID location tagging of Children and, of course, Biometric Databases here.

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Here is second life for news that matters: 

Texas Federal Judge hears case of Hernandez v. NISD

E-Verify ordinance repealed in Springfield, MO 

E-Verify Begins Checking Driver’s License and ID Cards from the State of Florida 

Tennessee Appeals Court says accident statistics justifies suspicionless roadblocks for license checks

TSA (Finally) Studying Health Effects of Body Scanners

Court Rules Antiwar Activists Can Sue Government Spies

SANTA?!  [No. Its just Sen. Al Franken with a location privacy bill for all the boys and girls!!]

FTC orders data brokers to explain use of consumer profiles

NSTIC Technologies under the microscope Microsoft scrutinized by EU Privacy Watchdogs

Patient Privacy Rights makes reccomendations for HIPPA regs updated for the cloud

How Joe Biden helped us all actually e-mail in private.

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