linkblog: my thoughts on 'Lexington, Ky Mayor wants to expand license plate cameras | Lexington Herald Leader'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'School Facebook Pages and Privacy Concerns: What Educators Need to Know'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'How to Protect Yourself If Your School Uses Surveillance Tech | WIRED'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Pluralistic: 07 Oct 2022 “Don’t install spy on a privacy lab,” and other lessons for university provosts – Pluralistic: Daily links from Cory Doctorow'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'When School Superintendents Market Surveillance Cameras'

Lance Eaton on the invasive surveillance of LMSs

linkblog: my thoughts on 'The Ungodly Surveillance of Anti-Porn ‘Shameware’ Apps | WIRED'

linkblog: my thoughts on '‘Ring Nation’ Is a Terrible Idea That’s Unstoppable Because Amazon Owns Everything'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Dozens of civil rights groups are calling on Amazon and MGM to cancel Ring Nation reality show - The Verge'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Everyone should join the “cult of privacy.”'

new report on Google Classroom and ClassDojo

linkblog: my thoughts on 'It’s Time to Get Real About TikTok’s Risks | WIRED'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'The Humiliating History of the TSA'

data privacy and kiddo's school

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Scanning student rooms during remote tests is unconstitutional, judge rules : NPR'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Erik Prince wants to sell you a secure smartphone that's too good to be true | MIT Technology Review'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'A Tool That Monitors How Long Kids Are in the Bathroom Is Now in 1,000 American Schools'

parent agency and edtech

emailing principal about edtech concerns

linkblog: my thoughts on 'This Is the Data Facebook Gave Police to Prosecute a Teenager for Abortion'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Kids Are Back in Classrooms and Laptops Are Still Spying on Them'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Marco Rubio Pretends To Be A TikTok Privacy Champion, Despite Years Of Undermining U.S. Consumer Privacy | Techdirt'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'After Dobbs, Advocates Fear School Surveillance Tools Could Put Teens at Risk – The Markup'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'The Myopic Focus On TikTok Privacy Issues Remains Kind Of Weird | Techdirt'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Facebook Is Receiving Sensitive Medical Information from Hospital Websites – The Markup'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Sweeping Legislation Aims to Ban the Sale of Location Data'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'How You’re Still Being Tracked on the Internet - The New York Times'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'This journalist’s Otter.ai scare is a reminder that cloud transcription isn’t completely private - The Verge'

linkblog: just finished 'German Police Caught Using COVID-Tracing Data To Search For Crime Witnesses | Techdirt'

linkblog: just finished 'French regulator tells Clearview AI to delete its facial recognition data - The Verge'

linkblog: just finished 'Twitter reportedly suspended accounts by mistake after extremists abused new private media policy - The Verge'

linkblog: just finished 'Twitter policy aimed at improving privacy sparks concerns over misuse : NPR'

linkblog: just finished 'Qualcomm’s new always-on smartphone camera is a privacy nightmare - The Verge'

linkblog: just finished 'Security Researcher Finds Facebook App Tracking iPhone Movements'

linkblog: just finished 'The Amazon Privacy Nightmare. “What you search for, what you buy… | by Micah Sifry | Nov, 2021 | OneZero'

linkblog: just finished 'Bipartisan Bill Seeks to Stop Warrantless Car Spying by Police'

linkblog: just read 'Ed Tech Usage is Up. So Are Parent Privacy Concerns'

linkblog: just read 'In Moscow’s Technological Advances, a ‘Double-Edged Sword’ - The New York Times'

linkblog: just read 'Internet-Connected Products: Ever-Advancing, Ever-Creepier | by Stephen Moore | Nov, 2021 | OneZero'

linkblog: just read 'Vizio’s profit on ads, subscriptions, and data is double the money it makes selling TVs - The Verge'

linkblog: just read 'Apple Has Listened And Will Retract Some Harmful Phone-Scanning'

linkblog: just read '7-Eleven breached customer privacy by collecting facial imagery without consent | ZDNet'

linkblog: just read 'Google and Facebook’s Ad Empires - The New York Times'

linkblog: just read 'Majority of Americans support national data privacy standards: poll | TheHill'

linkblog: just read 'ProtonMail removed “we do not keep any IP logs” from its privacy policy | Ars Technica'

linkblog: just read 'A Thumbs Down for Streaming Privacy - The New York Times'

linkblog: just read 'Opinion | The Illusion of Privacy Is Getting Harder to Sell - The New York Times'