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Russia is requiring dating app Tinder to hand over data on its users – including messages – to the national intelligence agencies, part of the country’s widening crackdown on internet freedoms.
House and Senate lawmakers are hoping to push legislation to replace recently repealed Obama-era internet privacy regulations, a move by the Federal Communications Commission that has led to a tide of consumer complaints.
With a special session or two ahead, the Legislature should resolve unfinished business regarding domestic water wells and internet privacy.
Special session may seem like summer reruns for the Legislature because rules require bills to be passed again.
House passes bill designed to protect the privacy of customers of Internet Service Providers.
In today's guest column, Kai Teoh sums up the privacy we've lost thanks to Congress. How worried are you about Internet privacy? CH
Against the desires of most Americans across the political spectrum, Congress has repealed internet privacy rules that were meant to protect us.
States have started writing their own legislation to protect broadband privacy after Congress voted to repeal regulations that would have required internet providers to obtain their customers’ consent before collecting their personal information.
MINNEAPOLIS – A search warrant issued to Edina police to collect information on people who used certain search terms on Google is raising concerns about constitutional violations. Privacy law experts say that the warrant – issued to find a suspect in an attempted identity and credit theft of an Edina resident – is based on an unusually broad definition of probable cause that would be troubling if it became widespread.