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Google Pays Paltry $17 Million Dollar Fee to Settle Allegations of Consumer Privacy Violations

It may sound like a lot, but for the largest internet firm, it's not.

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Minneapolis police will wear body cameras
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Minneapolis Police Will Start Wearing ‘Body Cameras’ Next Year – Good Idea, or Invasion of Privacy?

KSTP-ABC TV in Minnesota reports some 500 officers will be outfitted starting next January.

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Seattle City Council votes to restrict and oversee drone use
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WA Legislature Won’t Restrict Drones? Seattle City Council Will

Never mind a bill to regulate the use of drones never made it to a vote in the state legislature.

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Predator B drones to be equipped to intercept cell phone signals
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New Homeland Security Drones Can Target Citizens With Guns & Track Cellphone Signal

According to the Electronic Privacy Information Center (EPIC) and CNET, new documents have been obtained showing the drone requirements for Homeland Security's new Predator B fleet.

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Seattle cancels drone program
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No Drones Over Seattle – City Cancels Program and Returns Unit to Supplier!

Citing a backlash from the community and questions over privacy, Seattle has scrubbed its surveillance program.

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Would you want co-workers to know your salary?
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Proposed Law Would Require Employers to Share YOUR Paycheck Information with Co-Workers

In the interest of what they are calling fairness,  two Congresswomen want the details of your paycheck to be public.

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RFID chip that can be imbedded in virtually any object
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Texas HS Student Kicked Out for Refusing to Wear Tracking ID Badge!

It's already in your drivers license.

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Obama unveils his gun control proposals
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Obama Asks Doctors to Inquire About Guns

Several of Obama's 23 points he'll consider for controlling guns use the Affordable Care Act (Obamacare) to snoop about your guns.

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Police want cell phone companies to store your text messages
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Police Ask Congress for Access to YOUR Text Messages!

George Orwell's 1984 is less fictional every year.

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Could drones be used for news gathering in the future?
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NPR Gets Grant to Develop Drones for News Gathering

First we had them for surveillance of hostiles and terrorists... now this:

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