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by Tim Cushing

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data, minimization, nsa, surveillance, white house

Say That Again

by Tim Cushing

Filed Under:
9/11, fisa, minimization, privacy, stewart baker


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09:34 Comcast: The Economics Of Offering Cheaper, Better Streaming TV Service 'Unproven' (17)
08:32 The Selfie-Taking Monkey Who Has No Idea He Has Lawyers Has Appealed His Copyright Lawsuit (55)
06:54 Bruce Schneier Sounds The Alarm: If You're Worried About Russians Hacking, Maybe Help Fix Voting Machine Security (79)
03:51 Security Researchers Sued For Exposing Internet Filtering Company's Sale Of Censorship Software To Blacklisted Country (24)


23:48 New Law In Illinois Restricts Stingray Use, Requires Court Orders For Deployment (8)
16:05 Wireless Industry To Request En Banc Appeal Hearing On Net Neutrality Rules (16)
14:38 NSA Surveillance Compliance Reports Show Typos, Lack Of Communication Resulting In Erroneous Targeting And Collection (2)
13:11 Techdirt's DMCA Takedown T-Shirt, Going Fast (1)
11:54 Dentist Sues Another Unhappy Patient; Offers To Let Journalist See Patients' Private Files To Dispute Claims (14)
10:44 Intellectual Property Fun: Is Comedy Central Claiming It Owns The Character Stephen Colbert? (27)
10:38 Daily Deal: Radix '.tech' Domain (8)
09:37 United Arab Emirates Makes Using A VPN A Crime... To Protect The Local Telcos From VoIP Competition (21)
08:34 Photographer Sues Getty Images For $1 Billion For Claiming Copyright On Photos She Donated To The Public (55)
06:29 After Ripping Off Cities, States For Years, Verizon Makes Some Familiar Broadband Promises To Boston (38)
03:25 Not Just In The US: TPP Meeting More Resistance In Australia And Japan, Too (24)


23:09 How The EU Might Keep Internet Access Open To The Public (5)
15:49 'Wish I Had The Power' To Hack Enemies' Emails, Says Man Very Close To Having Such Power (127)
14:36 Court Says Bugs The FBI Planted Around California Courthouses Did Not Violate Anyone's Expectation Of Privacy (30)
13:03 Federal Prosecutors Use All Writs Order To Compel Suspect To Unlock Phone With His Fingerprint (26)
11:50 Russian Copyright Law Allows Entire News Site To Be Shut Down Over A Single Copied Article (3)
10:43 Clinton Friend Admits What Everyone Knows Is True: Clinton Still Supports TPP & Will Back It (60)
10:38 Daily Deal: Project Management Certification Training 2016 Bundle (0)
09:34 Colorado Republican Committee Tries To Use CFAA To Get Even With A Bogus Tweeter, Fails Completely (10)
08:34 IP Lawyers Tell Copyright Office To Stop Screwing The Public By Opposing Cable Box Reform (12)
06:58 Putin's Internet Trolls Are Stoking The Vitriolic Fire By Posing As Trump Supporters (63)
03:56 This Is What It Was Like To Take Part In The Failed Turkish Coup, In The Words Of The Plotters (15)


23:59 EU Data Protection Official Says Revised Privacy Laws Should Ban Backdooring Encryption (17)
16:14 MIT Media Lab Launched Disobedience Award, Funded By Reid Hoffman (12)
14:33 Anti-Vax Film Distributors Threaten Critic And Autistic Rights Advocate With Defamation (164)
13:13 Techdirt Podcast Episode 83: 'Disruption' Is Not An Excuse For Lying (0)
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