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SAN FRANCISCO — The technology industry needs to change the way it does business in order to prevent further spying by the National Security Agency, a prominent privacy advocate said here today. Christopher Soghoian, principal technologist and policy analyst with the American Civil Liberties Union, told the audience at the B-Sides SF security conference that […]

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The Department of Homeland Security has put out a call to contractors for a National License Plate Recognition database, according to documents uncovered by Ars Technica. Once built, the program would knit together data from license plate scanners around the country, potentially allowing DHS authorities to track individual cars from city to city without leaving […]

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SAN FRANCISCO – Google joined Internet rights activists on Tuesday in a virtual protest aimed at getting US law makers to reign in online snooping. Groups including the American Civil Liberties Union, Amnesty International, the Electronic Frontier Foundation and Yahoo-owned Tumblr were on the roster of backers of an online protest called “The Day We […]

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