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The Supreme Court has ruled in the van Buren case, and there’s a good summary on the EFF’s blog: “The decision is a victory for all Internet users, as it affirmed that online services cannot use the CFAA’s criminal provisions to enforce limitations on how or why you use their service…” As I said at…

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[Update: clarified a sentence about whose privacy is touched, and where.] I had missed the story “Big Brother on wheels: Why your car company may know more about you than your spouse.” There are surprising details, including that you might be able to shut it off, and the phrase “If a customer declines, we do…

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The decision in Carpenter v. United States is an unusually positive one for privacy. The Supreme Court ruled that the government generally can’t access historical cell-site location records without a warrant. (SCOTUS Blog links to court documents. The court put limits on the “third party” doctrine, and it will be fascinating to see how those…

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