Privacy Matters

Obama orders "SWAT teams" to respond to Ebola

The Ebola virus. Image credit.

Lack of a criminal predicate requirement at the FBI opens the door to widespread abuse

This is alarming:

On the night of December 9, 2011, Siham Stewart called her husband, Ayyub Abdul-Alim, as he closed down his corner store, Nature’s Garden, in Springfield, Massachusetts. She asked him to bring home a gallon of milk. A few minutes later, she watched from the window of their second-floor apartment as he was seized in the street and handcuffed by two police officers.

Privacy hawk in Cambridge attacks drone

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A hobbyist was flying his drone at Magazine Beach park in Cambridge, MA when a hawk attacked it. Privacy hawk, indeed.

Apparently library privacy projects are upsetting to some

It's no secret that I've been working with a friend and local librarian, Alison Macrina, to do security and privacy workshops for librarians throughout Massachusetts. The project has gotten some national attention.

Greenwald: Why privacy matters [VIDEO]

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The FBI's plan to destroy privacy

Race a significant factor in Boston Police stop and frisks, data shows

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