If the Government is horrible at keeping secrets, why in the world would we put them in charge of our privacy?
Privacy rules aren't about preventing the leaks or theft of data (irregular events that organizations don't intentionally cause and don't want to happen), but about restricting what can be done with data (regular processes that organizations do intentionally cause and do want to happen). So skills a privacy aren't logically connected to skills at keeping secrets.
Does anyone have any details on the German law banning "fake news"? Does it fine/imprison end user who link to or repeat news judged to be fake? Merely require that the social media platform black URLs to articles deemed to be fake? What?
Having only have read his first tweet, I thought Woods was trying to deceive people into thinking that the John Doe had realized the futility of his fight, had given up and was waiting for Woods to steam-roller him. But in reality it's worse that that. Ugh.
So, once again, we have a major Hollywood entertainment entity -- which has been insisting for years that Google and others should "just know" when something is infringing and take it down and block all future infringements -- who can't even properly identify the content that it's claiming to hold the copyright over.
No, see, they spend the minimum amount of money possible to create the bots, so naturally the bots get made by incompetent programmers. But Google has a bunch of super-genius programmers who can do anything.
I had thought this was a genuine issue of attorney/client communication. I'd never have dreamed that someone would try to claim that their lawyer reviewing a document transforms it into attorney/client communication.