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 'Police Are Still Abusing Investigative Exemptions to Shield Surveillance Tech, While Others Move Towards Transparency | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'DHS bought “shocking amount” of warrantless phone-tracking data, ACLU says | Ars Technica'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Amazon Admits Giving Police Ring Footage Without Consent'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'New York gun applicants will have to submit their social accounts for review : NPR'

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

some thoughts on Gab pushback against research on Gab

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Schools Are Spending Billions on High-Tech Defense for Mass Shootings - The New York Times'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Kentucky court delves into use of cell phones for tracking | AP News'

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 'Senator Declares Amazon Ring's Audio Surveillance Capabilities 'Threaten the Public' | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'EFF’s Flagship Jewel v. NSA Dragnet Spying Case Rejected by the Supreme Court | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'How the Federal Government Buys Our Cell Phone Location Data | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Software to detect school threats online is costly but mostly ineffective.'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'After Uvalde, social media monitoring apps struggle to justify surveillance - The Verge'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'New Flock security cameras being installed in Lexington by end of May | Lexington Herald Leader'

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

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Nokia Busted Helping Russia’s FSB Spy On Citizens, Activists, Journalists | Techdirt'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'George Washington University apologizes for tracking locations of students, faculty | TheHill'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'Please Delete Your Recordings: Inside a Police Conference'

linkblog: my thoughts on 'A Network of Fake Test Answer Sites Is Trying to Incriminate Students – The Markup'

linkblog: just finished 'Declassified Documents Shows The CIA Is Using A 1981 Executive Order To Engage In Domestic Surveillance | Techdirt'

linkblog: just finished 'We Need Answers About the CIA’s Mass Surveillance | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: just finished 'Senator Wyden: EARN IT Will Make Children Less Safe | Techdirt'

linkblog: just finished 'Lexington KY police test license plate cameras to solve crime | Lexington Herald Leader'

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

linkblog: just finished 'New Bill Claims To Ban 'Surveillance Advertising,' But Doesn't Actually Do It | Techdirt'

linkblog: just finished 'In 2021, the Police Took a Page Out of the NSA’s Playbook: 2021 in Review | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: just finished 'Students Are Learning To Resist Surveillance: Year in Review 2021 | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

linkblog: just finished 'Boston Police Bought Spy Tech With a Pot of Money Hidden From the Public — ProPublica'

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

linkblog: just finished 'Report - Legal Loopholes and Data for Dollars: How Law Enforcement and Intelligence Agencies Are Buying Your Data from Brokers - Center for Democracy and Technology'

linkblog: just finished 'Your Face Is, or Will Be, Your Boarding Pass - The New York Times'

linkblog: just finished 'Police Aerial Surveillance Endangers Our Ability to Protest | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

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

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

linkblog: just read 'EFF to Supreme Court: Warrantless 24-Hour Video Surveillance Outside Homes Violates Fourth Amendment | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

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

linkblog: just read 'Data Broker Veraset Gave Bulk Device-Level GPS Data to DC Government | Electronic Frontier Foundation'

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

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

linkblog: just read 'My Neighbor’s Door Camera Faces My Apartment. Is That Legal? - The New York Times'

linkblog: just read 'Surveillance Startup Brings Police Tech to Neighborhoods - Bloomberg'

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