IF Action Round Up, Feb. 24-March 1, 2012

AASL, Censorship, Computers, General Interest, Intellectual Freedom Issues, Privacy

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IF Action Round Up — February 24-March 1, 2012


Manhattan District Attorney Subpoenas Occupy Protester’s Twitter Account

White House, Consumers in Mind, Offers Online Privacy Guidelines 

Related: The problem with Obama’s privacy ‘bill of rights’

FBI Turns Off Thousands of GPS Devices After Supreme Court Ruling

Facebook sued over tracking members’ Internet use

Appeals court: Fifth Amendment protections can apply to encrypted hard drives

Opt-Out Provision Would Halt Some, but Not All, Web Tracking

I’m Being Followed: How Google–and 104 Other Companies–Are Tracking Me on the Web

Bits: Apple Loophole Gives Developers Access to Photos 

Google unified privacy settings unsettle users

Related: States Challenge Google Privacy Policy Change

Google implements privacy policy despite EU warning

New Google privacy policy has law-enforcement holes, say experts



Bill would have Bible in schools, ban other texts

One Million Moms Threatens Toys ‘R’ Us With Boycott Over Archie Comics’ Gay Wedding Issue

Self-Censorship: Q&A with publishers

PayPal Takes Controversial Stance Against Sex



Europe in Turmoil Over Internet Anti-Piracy Legislation

Legislation to Bar Public-Access Requirement on Federal Research Is Dead

Pakistan plans system to filter and block websites

Ore. Public Library Sued for Denying Meeting Room to Faith-Based Group


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