Our laws have not caught up with the scope and digital-age intrusiveness of COVID-19 contact tracing.
There is bipartisan consensus in Washington that you don’t have any privacy.
Hawley Urges AG Barr to Launch Antitrust Probe into Amazon over ‘Predatory and Exclusionary Data Practices’
The senator said that "Amazon’s capacity for data collection is like a brick-and-mortar retailer attaching a camera to every customer’s forehead.”
A senior Huawei official argued that such access is "extremely implausible and would be discovered immediately."
Public comments support this commonsense change.
The federal government can’t be trusted with additional surveillance powers.
Apple Reiterates Stance on Privacy in Response to AG Barr Request to Unlock Pensacola Shooter’s Phone
"We have always maintained there is no such thing as a backdoor just for the good guys," the company said in a statement.
China implemented a policy that requires citizens to complete facial recognition scans in order to obtain new mobile phone services
Hawley sent a letter to Apple CEO Tim Cook urging him to allow customers to opt out of having their personal data recorded by third-party developers.
Google's predation starts early, often with the most vulnerable members of society: our children.