REDUX: cybersecurity and privacy laws, distinction "breaking down "

Posted: September 17, 2010 in Center for Democracy and Technology, civil liberty, Computers Freedom Privacy, current news, redux


BTC – Lot’s of emphasis on free speech and political opinion, analysis and essentially taking a stand on the irritable climate for digital privacy.

“The distinction between content and transactional
records is breaking down.”
– ACLU Christopher Calabrese feat. in 

“It is now technologically possible to track everyone all the time, essentially,” Mr. Calabrese said. “Congress needs to recognize that new reality and treat this information as private.”

Thanks much to @normative for refreshing tweets. You can add us on TWITTER and get the gist ahead of time.


Here is second life for news that matters:

Barksdale, from Google… yeah he did watch some kids.

U.S. Cybersecurity Plans Lagging

Internet users being tracked and information sold

DHS doesn’t just make the news, it reports on the reporters!

`Deeply embarrassed’ Pa. governor shuts down intelligence reports on peaceful protesters

PUBLIC INPUT c/o PRIVACY LIVES: DHS Proposes Rulemaking on Information Sharing Environment System of Records

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