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FBI is dismantling its war crimes unit

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 Location United States See map: Google Maps Date published:  February 15, 2019 Reveal ““These are difficult cases to prove because they need rock-solid investigations,” said Beth Van Schaack, a law professor at Stanford University who was deputy ambassador-at-large for war crimes issues in...
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How far should organizations be able to go to defend against cyberattacks?

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 Location United States See map: Google Maps The deluge of cyberattacks sweeping across the world has governments and companies thinking about new ways to protect their digital systems, and the corporate and state secrets stored within. For a long time, cybersecurity experts have erected firewalls...
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Agency Might Have Overstated Tesla Autopilot’s Safety Impact

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 ““The lesson here is a need for candor,” said Bryant Walker Smith, a driverless-vehicle law expert at the University of South Carolina. “What does it mean to be trustworthy in this field?” Companies, regulatory agencies and politicians, Smith said, need to communicate clearly:...
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The big risk to your privacy when you take a home DNA test

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 ““We worry about this in the privacy space,” says Jennifer King, director of consumer privacy at the Center for Internet and Society Stanford Law School. “Your DNA is uniquely identifiable, it’s what makes you, you.  This gets into a whole new realm of...
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Attacking a Pay Wall That Hides Public Court Filings

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 ““Federal courts need to be providing this access without charge,” said Stephen W. Smith, who was until recently a federal magistrate judge in Houston and who signed a supporting brief. “There are too many downsides to creating these barriers. If you don’t give effective...
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Google Home’s Assistant could one day know your mood. Take that, Alexa

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 “Huffman won’t speculate on the types of regulation, but Jen King, director of privacy at the Stanford Center for Internet and Society, has an idea of what legislation could look like. She’s currently researching the types of data collected through smart speakers. She...
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Following national scandals, North Dakota lawmaker argues for consumer rights on data privacy bill

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 “Kasper’s legislation was supported by Ryan Harkins, the director of state affairs and public policy at Microsoft, who said the bill would impose the country’s strongest privacy protections. He called on legislators to “modernize” privacy laws to alleviate anxieties over the increased collection...
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Kamala Harris’ Crusade Against ‘Revenge Porn’

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 ““She was in the heart of Silicon Valley and she didn’t take no nonsense,” says Danielle Citron, the law professor. “I think her preference is, ‘It’s good for business, but let’s figure out how it’s good for society.’ I don’t think she’s cowed...
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Facebook Hires Up Three of Its Biggest Privacy Critics

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 “Jen King, director of consumer privacy at Stanford’s Center for Internet and Society, thinks it’s a sign Facebook may be ready to actually take privacy seriously. “It’s possible that Facebook has finally gotten the memo and is really trying to make change,” King...
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San Francisco Could Be First to Ban Facial Recognition Tech

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(agenparl) – stanford (ca) sab 16 febbraio 2019 ““This is the first piece of legislation that I’ve seen that really takes facial recognition technology as seriously as it is warranted and treats it as uniquely dangerous,” says Woodrow Hartzog, professor of law and computer science at Northeastern University.” Location United States...

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