Amazon’s Ring planned neighborhood “watch lists” built on facial recognition [Biddle]

Amazon’s Ring planned neighborhood “watch lists” built on facial recognition — from theintercept.com by Sam Biddle Excerpts (emphasis DSC): Ring, Amazon’s crime-fighting surveillance camera division, […]

Do privacy laws mean you have to delete a test result if a test-taker asks you to?

Posted by John Kleeman We have all heard about the “right to be forgotten”, which allows individuals to ask search engines or other organizations to […]

“In the Age of AI” [PBS] + “Why AI is a threat to democracy – & what we can do to stop it” [Cole]

Why AI is a threat to democracy – and what we can do to stop it — from asumetech.com by Lawrence Cole Excerpts: In the […]

My Hero 2-Step Verification

Stop out hackers from invading your privacy.

FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology [FTI]

  FTI 2020 Trend Report for Entertainment, Media, & Technology — from futuretodayinstitute.com Our 3rd annual industry report on emerging entertainment, media and technology trends […]

SO, you are a retired EDUcator, TEACHer, Instructor, LEHRENDER: WHAT to do NOW?!!

. . SO, you are a retired EDUcator, TEACHer, Instructor, LEHRENDER: WHAT to do NOW?!! Well, that was the question I was asking myself when […]

CyberSecurity: I DON’T accept WHY people DON’T understand to apply Updates on THEIR computers & Smartphones as it is about Responsibility AND Cyber-Hygiene

. . Let us talk about Hygiene… Strange, I make an introduction about Hygiene in an Cyber-Security Blog, ISN’T it?!! Well, there is a reason […]

Research in the Age of the Filter Bubble

We live in a personalized world. Everything from the music we listen to, the firmness of our mattresses, and the news briefings delivered to us […]

5 Things I Learned at the European Association of Test Publishers Conference Last Week

Posted by John Kleeman I just attended the Association of Test Publisher’s European conference (EATP), held last week in Madrid, and wanted to share some […]

Reflections on “Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system” [Elgan]

Uh-oh: Silicon Valley is building a Chinese-style social credit system — from fastcompany.com by Mike Elgan In China, scoring citizens’ behavior is official government policy. […]

Control your Google Drive Files Privacy Share Settings…

In today’s world, one often hears people focused on privacy concerns. Privacy concerns aren’t limited to the field of education. People from all walks of […]

Here's What an Update of a Key U.S. Privacy Law Could Mean for Schools

In the era of YouTube, Fortnite, and Snapchat, does one of the main federal laws protecting online privacy for kids under 13 need a makeover?

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