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Online privacy after 9/11

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Online privacy after 9/11
By Startpage • Issue #36 • View online
Last week we recognized the 20-year anniversary of the 9/11 terrorist attacks on the United States. Many are reflecting on what has changed not only in the US but around the world since that day.
Today’s privacy and technology landscape looks vastly different since 9/11 even with the 2020 expiration of the Patriot Act. That is because when rights are taken away, they are nearly impossible to get back. That is, unless you take the steps to ensure you never give them your data in the first place.
Continue to read Dan Arel’s article “How 9/11 continues to affect our privacy rights” below as well as more privacy news around the world. We look forward to your thoughts.

 

Startpage articles
How 9/11 continues to affect our privacy rights
Protection of privacy in the election programs for the 2021 German federal election
Privacy in Action: Sean Wright, Application Security Professional
Privacy news from around the world
9/11 Changed How We Think About Our Privacy — Only 1 U.S. Senator Saw How That Was Dangerous – NBC New York
AI’s anti-Muslim bias problem - Vox
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