Civil Liberties in the Digital Age: Weekly Highlights (12/2/2011)

Civil Liberties in the Digital Age: Weekly Highlights (12/2/2011)

By Caitlin O'Neill, Criminal Justice and Drug Policy Associate, ACLU of Northern California at 11:07am
In the digital age that we live in today, we are constantly exposing our personal information online. From using cell phones and GPS devices to online shopping and sending e-mail, the things we do and say online leave behind ever-growing trails of personal information. The ACLU believes that Americans shouldn’t have to choose between using new technology and keeping control of your private information. Each week, we feature some of the most interesting news related to technology and civil liberties that we’ve spotted from the previous week.

Q&A with Daniel Solove on How Bad Security Arguments Are Undermining Our Privacy Rights

By Jay Stanley, Senior Policy Analyst, ACLU Speech, Privacy & Technology Project at 12:55pm

George Washington University Law School professor Dan Solove is one of the preeminent law scholars working on privacy issues today. In his latest book, Nothing to Hide: the False Tradeoff between Privacy and Security, Solove translates his research…

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