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Mobile phone carriers oppose law requiring warrants for location data

Posted April 27, 2012 The proposed US bill doesn’t stop the carriers from handing over location data, but it does require that police get a warrant first. So what is CTIA’s problem with it? Read it and weep.

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Mobile phone carriers oppose law requiring warrants for location data

Posted on April 27, 2012 The proposed US bill doesn’t stop the carriers from handing over location data, but it does require that police get a warrant first. So what is CTIA’s problem with it? Read the article. 

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US health insurer fined $1.5m over 2009 data breach

Posted  March 15, 2012 I know doctors who roll their eyes at the idea of HIPAA. They resent the way the legislation slows down the delivery of care to their patients. I can sympathize, but this $1.5m fine, the first ever to be carried out under HIPAA/HITECH, should make it clear: The onus is on […]

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Reddit joins anti-SOPA internet blackout

Posted January 13, 2012 Reddit plans to shut its doors on January 18th, in support of the anti-SOPA internet blackout. Read it. 

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