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USA | Civil Rights | The DHS ‘Spying’ Initiative Causes Public Outrage 20/04/2017 | The DHS ‘Spying’ Initiative Causes Public Outrage
USA | Regulation |  A new campaign called “Fly, Don’t Spy” is receiving support from various human rights organizations. The campaign aims to stop the DHS initiative to ask immigrants, refugees and travelers to the US to provide their social media .. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Tech Sector Unites Again and Defends Transgender Rights 05/03/2017 | Tech Sector Unites Again and Defends Transgender Rights
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation|  53 Tech companies filed an amicus brief to the US supreme court, supporting a transgender plaintiff who sued his school board after not being allowed to use the school bathrooms corresponding with this sexual identity. .. Continue

USA | Privacy | Court Requires FBI to Reveal Internal Privacy Reports 27/02/2017 | Court Requires FBI to Reveal Internal Privacy Reports
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation|  A US court provided an unusual ruling last week, demanding that the FBI reveals information requested by EPIC and other privacy organizations. The requested information includes internal FBI reports regarding the possible effects of FBI dat.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Supreme Court to Discuss Internet Censorship for Convicted Sex Offenders 26/02/2017 | Supreme Court to Discuss Internet Censorship for Convicted Sex Offenders
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation|  An appeal submitted to the US Supreme Court asks that the court decide whether a North Carolina law restricting registered sex offender’s access to certain news sites is unconstitutional. Several internet privacy and civil rights orga.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Forcing Suspects to Unlock Phones Using Fingerprint – Not Always Allowed 23/02/2017 | Forcing Suspects to Unlock Phones Using Fingerprint – Not Always Allowed
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation|  A Chicago court ruled against and FBI warrant forcing suspects to unlock their iPhones using fingerprints. While the court did not challenge the practice, it ruled that in this specific case there was no probable cause to link the suspects .. Continue

USA | Privacy | Citizen Appeals Police License Plate Surveillance Policy 23/02/2017 | Citizen Appeals Police License Plate Surveillance Policy
USA | Privacy |  A Virginia citizen filed an appeal asking for the court to re-examine the local police methods for collecting license plate information. According to the plaintiff and the EFF foundation, the policy is constantly tracking and collection lic.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Bill Requires Court Order for Geographic Information 16/02/2017 | Bill Requires Court Order for Geographic Information
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation| A new bi-partisan bill suggests that government agencies will need to present a court order before obtaining geographic location information from companies. The court order must state probable cause in order for it to take effect... Continue

USA | Legislation | US Might Ask for Social Media Passwords from Visa Applicants 08/02/2017 | US Might Ask for Social Media Passwords from Visa Applicants
USA | Regulation |  The US Department of Homeland Security is considering changing its visa application process so that applicants from Muslim countries will be required to provide social media passwords and information about their internet surfing habits. The.. Continue

China | Technology | Chinese Application Finds Missing Children 07/02/2017 | Chinese Application Finds Missing Children
CHINA | Technology | A Chinese mobile application developed by the Alibaba corporation allows police officers to share information about cases of missing and abducted children and allows civilians to participate in the search. The application helped locate 611 missing ch.. Continue

USA | Legislation | Washington Court Rules in Favor of Amazon and Expedia 05/02/2017 | Washington Court Rules in Favor of Amazon and Expedia
USA | Regulation |  A federal court in Washington ruled in favor of Amazon and Expedia, who filed a lawsuit countering the Trump temporary immigration Ban. The court issues a temporary restraining order, stating that immigrants from the previously banned count.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Apple Joins Legal Battle Against Trump Immigration Ban 02/02/2017 | Apple Joins Legal Battle Against Trump Immigration Ban
USA | Regulation |  Apple CEO announced that the company is considering taking legal actions to counter Trump’s temporary ban on immigration from Muslim countries, thus joining companies like Amazon and Expedia which already announced they will join a la.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | California Bill will Allow a Third Gender Option in Driver’s License 01/02/2017 | California Bill will Allow a Third Gender Option in Driver’s License
USA | Regulation | A bill has been submitted this week to allow registration of a third, non-binary gender option in state-issued driving license and birth certificates.The bill also allows for the change to be made without the need for providing evidence of sex change.. Continue

USA | Criminal | Court Software Wrongfully Incarcerates Defendants 01/02/2017 | Court Software Wrongfully Incarcerates Defendants
USA | Legal Procedure | A criminal county court in California reports receiving over 2,000 complaints from the attorney general office, alleging that due to software bugs defendants are being wrongfully arrested and registered in the county sex offender’s registry. A .. Continue

USA | Legislation | Amazon to Counter Trump’s immigration Order 31/01/2017 | Amazon to Counter Trump’s immigration Order
USA | Regulation | Amazon announced this week that it is working with congressmen and lawmakers to try and counter the immigration order signed by President Trump, temporarily preventing immigrants from Muslim countries to enter the US. Amazon is also offering legal ai.. Continue

USA | Civil Rights | Lawsuit Against LGBT Topics Censorship in Schools 30/01/2017 | Lawsuit Against LGBT Topics Censorship in Schools
USA | Court, Arbitration & Mediation| A group of LGBTQ activists filed a federal lawsuit in Utah aiming to dismiss a few laws that impose censorship on LGBTQ topics in schools. Similar legislation exists in seven other states in the US and the plaintiffs hope that the court will provide .. Continue



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