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Is Your Bank Tracking Your Movements: Bait and Switch Journalism Wants You To Think So

I received a link to this story from Huffington Post this morning with the apparently outrageous news that Ally Bank was somehow tracking its customers’ movements and using that information to bolster its profit margins. ┬áThis seems like a major … Continue reading

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Privacy Issues in the Cloud Mirror Those in Virtual Worlds

CNET News – Does the 4th Amendment Cover the Cloud? As technology continues to race forward, the law slogs along, years or even decades behind. ┬áThis article discusses a student note from the recent issue of the Minnesota Law Review … Continue reading

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