Monthly Archives: March 2017
What difference does it make
TO YOUR PRIVACY RIGHTS
if a conversation
is in writing,
such as in an email,
or if it is in spoken words?
When you are on Facebook or Google or any other
internet entity, aren’t they sitting in on your
conversations and seeing and recording everything?
Bill in House Allows Internet Providers to Share Your Email and Web History “The bill would repeal safeguards that prohibit Internet service providers (ISPs) from sharing data, such as e-mails and web history, with third parties without user consent.”
DO YOU WANT YOUR EMAILS READ AND SOLD WITHOUT YOUR CONSENT?
“The companies that provide you with internet service may soon be able to sell your web browser and app history to advertisers without your consent.”…
…”The U.S. House of Representatives voted Tuesday to repeal rules preventing internet-service providers from doing so. The Senate already voted in favor of the repeal.Now the legislation is being sent to President Donald Trump, who is a strong supporter of the move, according to Reuters.”
“Vijaya Gadde, general counsel at Twitter, tweeted it’s “time to start using a VPN at home” in response to the news. A VPN, or virtual private network, is one option to protect your online identity.”
“Now let’s get serious. If you really want to keep your browsing habits away from the prying eyes of corporations and the government, Tor is the best bet. It is not, however, the most convenient option nor is it the most comprehensive. (Using a VPN is the most
comprehensive, even though it won’t protect you entirely.)”…
…”You’ve probably heard of Tor. Tor is everybody’s favorite free anonymity software and is relatively easy to install on a desktop. Tor is also available for Android through a package called Orbot, which is slightly more difficult to install. Once you’re up and running, you can browse the web anonymously, and even weasel your way into the edgy corners of the dark web, if that’s your thing.”
“Doesn’t the Fourth Amendment protect us from “unreasonable searches and seizures?…Yes. The Fourth Amendment to the Constitution articulates the “right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against unreasonable searches and seizures.”
REALLY? BUT, the internet and computers were not invented when the United States Constitution was enacted. Shouldn’t everything we do on our computers be protected even though we are using digital “papers” by writing e-mails and aren’t computers our “effects”?
What are your rights to privacy to be
videotaped? Gee, apparently you have a lot
of rights to privacy to not be videotaped
without your consent.
March 29, 2017
Two activists who filmed undercover videos of Planned Parenthood charged with 15 felonies.
“The right to privacy is a cornerstone of California’s Constitution, and a right that is foundational in a free democratic society,” Becerra said. “We will not tolerate the criminal recording of confidential conversations.”
OH, REALLY? WHAT IS THE DIFFERENCE BETWEEN
RECORDING CONFIDENTIAL SOUND RECORDINGS
AND CONFIDENTIAL E-MAIL?
WHICH MODE OF COMMUNICATION HAS MORE RIGHTS
TO PRIVACY, SOUND OR WRITTEN?
NOW, ARGUE THAT WITH A DEAF PERSON!
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