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Real ID is bad? Compared to what? April 5, 2007 CoreStreet founder Phil Libin says the absence of meaningful debate has hindered serious discussion about the implications of a controversial new technology.
Putting privacy first at Microsoft June 28, 2006 Chief privacy strategist Peter Cullen discusses Windows Vista, Microsoft's online endeavors and the WGA Notifications flap.
Company laptops, privacy and you August 1, 2006 Court ruling shows that employees may occasionally expect their communications to be private, says attorney Eric Sinrod.
This week in privacy February 10, 2006 U.S. attorney general didn't reveal much about controversial eavesdropping program, but White House relented and gave details.
Why Real ID is a flawed law January 31, 2008 Internet attorney Sophia Cope says the act will do more harm than good and the better idea is for Congress to revisit the fundamentally flawed law.
Blogging your baby March 5, 2007 As online parenting journals gain in popularity, some wonder where to draw the "too much information" line.
Time to crack down on tech at work? June 14, 2006 Attorney Eric J. Sinrod says employers have their work cut out in setting workplace rules around new gadgets and communications technologies.
Has the FBI ever heard of Google? September 13, 2006 Attorney Eric J. Sinrod says Uncle Sam's dubious claims for exemptions in the Freedom of Information Act don't wash in the Internet era.
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