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European Parliament Vote Addresses Core CDT Concerns with the Proposed Regulation on Terrorist Content Online

cdt.org     1+ day ago

On 17 April 2019, the European Parliament adopted its Report on the proposed Regulation on terrorist content online. The report was adopted with a vast majority of 308 votes in favour, 204 against and...

Get to Knows CDT   s Fellows: Shobita Parthasarathy

Get to Knows CDT s Fellows: Shobita Parthasarathy

cdt.org     5+ day ago

Shobita Parthasarathy, is Professor of Public Policy and Women's Studies, and Director of the Science, Technology, and Public Policy Program at the University of Michigan. She is a...

Controlled Digital Lending: Saving the Works of the 20th Century, Promoting Greater Access

Controlled Digital Lending: Saving the Works of the 20th Century, Promoting Greater Access

cdt.org     1+ week ago

Before the rise of the internet, people looked for information in print. Often, preliminary research began with an encyclopedia, leading to more in-depth research among the shelves...

Rock On: It s Tech Prom Time!

cdt.org     2+ week ago

CDT's annual dinner, Tech Prom, is right around the corner, and this is the place to get all the details on what to expect. If you've received this update via email from CDT, congratulations! That me...

House Set to Vote on Restoring Strong Net Neutrality Protections

cdt.org     2+ week ago

This week, the Save the Internet Act (H.R. 1644) passed out of the House Energy and Commerce Committee with only minor amendments and is expected to see a floor vote as early as next week. The bill is...

EU Tech Policy Brief: March 2019 Recap

cdt.org     2+ week ago

This is the March 2019 recap issue of CDT's monthly EU Tech Policy Brief. It highlights some of the most pressing technology and internet policy issues under debate in Europe, the U.S., and internatio...

De-Identification Should Be Relevant to a Privacy Law, But Not an Automatic Get-Out-of-Jail-Free Card

cdt.org     2+ week ago

The most important definition in any privacy law is the scope of information that is covered by that law. A line must be drawn somewhere between personal and non-personal data, the argument goes, or e...

The GDPR   s Impact on Innovation Should Not Be Overstated

The GDPR s Impact on Innovation Should Not Be Overstated

cdt.org     2+ week ago

Protecting individuals' privacy is far too often pitted against innovation and economic interests. This concern is not totally unfounded. While companies face growing trust deficit...

Tech Talk: Deepfakes, Internet Art & Game of Thrones

Tech Talk: Deepfakes, Internet Art & Game of Thrones

cdt.org     3+ week ago

CDT's Tech Talk is a podcast where we dish on tech and Internet policy, while also explaining what these policies mean to our daily lives. You can find Tech Talk on SoundCloud, iT...

Three Things to Note in New York   s Attempt to Safeguard Students    Personal Info

Three Things to Note in New York s Attempt to Safeguard Students Personal Info

cdt.org     3+ week ago

State education agencies have an important role in providing guidance that ensures privacy risks are minimized while ensuring that data can still be used in the best interests of s...

Balancing the Scale of Student Data Deletion and Retention in Education

Balancing the Scale of Student Data Deletion and Retention in Education

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

A few months ago, we talked about why deleting data is harder than you might think (with a little help from the King of Rock and Roll). As promised, we've created some guidance abo...

Six Considerations Missing from the School Safety and Data Conversation

Six Considerations Missing from the School Safety and Data Conversation

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

Across the country, education leaders and policymakers are searching for answers to a complicated and deeply-felt question: how to keep students safe, especially in the wake of sch...

Tech Talk: Civil Liberties & Smart Wall Technology

Tech Talk: Civil Liberties & Smart Wall Technology

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

CDT's Tech Talk is a podcast where we dish on tech and Internet policy, while also explaining what these policies mean to our daily lives. You can find Tech Talk on SoundCloud, iT...

Copyright at the Supreme Court

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

This week, the Supreme Court issued two unanimous decisions related to copyright. Although neither is likely to reshape the world of copyright, the Court's opinions should at least provide more certai...

European Court of Human Rights to Reexamine Bulk Collection

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

On February 5, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) announced that the Grand Chamber will reexamine two cases concerning bulk interception: the joined petitions of Big Brother Watch and Others v...

Notice and Choice Are No Longer a Choice

Notice and Choice Are No Longer a Choice

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

How many applications do you have on your phone? Average people have around 80. For each of those applications, you gave the company behind it your consent to use your data, and li...

Why the EU Copyright Directive is a Threat to Fair Use

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

This week, CDT joins the Association of Research Libraries in celebrating Fair Use/Fair Dealing Week. It is designed to highlight and promote the opportunities presented by fair use and fair dealing, ...

FOSTA Is Silencing Speakers; DC Court of Appeals Can Stop It

cdt.org     1+ mon ago

FOSTA Is Silencing Speakers; DC Court of Appeals Can Stop It February 21, 2019 Woodhull v. US, the case that brings a constitutional challenge to the controversial Allowing ...

Tech Talk: Fiber, The Coming Revolution

Tech Talk: Fiber, The Coming Revolution

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

CDT's Tech Talk is a podcast where we dish on tech and Internet policy, while also explaining what these policies mean to our daily lives. You can find Tech Talk on SoundCloud, iT...

EU Tech Policy Brief: January 2019 Recap

EU Tech Policy Brief: January 2019 Recap

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

This is the January 2019 recap issue of CDT's monthly EU Tech Policy Brief. It highlights some of the most pressing technology and internet policy issues under debate in Europe, th...

The Washington Privacy Act Raises Important Considerations for Comprehensive Privacy Proposals

The Washington Privacy Act Raises Important Considerations for Comprehensive Privacy Proposals

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

A significantly altered substitute SB 5376 was introduced on February 14, 2019. It does not address the concerns listed below, and raises additional questions about the scope of th...

A    Smart Wall    That Fails to Protect Privacy and Civil Liberties Is Not Smart

A Smart Wall That Fails to Protect Privacy and Civil Liberties Is Not Smart

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

A Smart Wall That Fails to Protect Privacy and Civil Liberties Is Not Smart February 08, 2019 Written by Mana Azarmi Congress is...

Illinois Supreme Court Issues Powerful Statement on Our Privacy Interests in Biometrics

Illinois Supreme Court Issues Powerful Statement on Our Privacy Interests in Biometrics

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

Last week, the Illinois Supreme Court issued an important opinion, defending the ability of individuals to sue for violations of that state's Biometric Information Privacy Act (BIP...

The Native American Experience in US Elections

The Native American Experience in US Elections

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

One of 2018's great successes in the election community was improving communication between federal, state, and local officials while bringing security researchers and policy exper...

Student Privacy Lessons From a Recovering Bureaucrat

Student Privacy Lessons From a Recovering Bureaucrat

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

My name is Elizabeth, and I'm a recovering bureaucrat. For five years, I led seemingly wonky but deeply important student privacy work in two vastly different state education agenc...

Why Won?t This Page Load? Net Neutrality Hits the DC Circuit

Why Won?t This Page Load? Net Neutrality Hits the DC Circuit

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

The U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit heard oral arguments today determining whether the FCC was wrong to eliminate its own rules protecting an open internet. In a lively ...

The American AI Initiative: A Good Start, But Still A Long Way to Go

The American AI Initiative: A Good Start, But Still A Long Way to Go

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

The American AI Initiative: A Good Start, But Still A Long Way to Go This week, President Trump signed an executive order titled the "American AI Initiative." While this order lay...

Terrorist Content Regulation: MEPs Should Support IMCO and CULT Committees Proposals

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

The European Parliament is progressing its work on the draft Regulation to prevent the dissemination of terrorist content online. The Parliament is working to meet the European Commission's tight time...

CDT?s Consumer Privacy Legislation and What It Means for the Education Sector

CDT?s Consumer Privacy Legislation and What It Means for the Education Sector

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

CDT recently put forth a draft federal privacy bill for discussion as well as expanded its focus on student privacy. As momentum grows toward passing federal legislation that provi...

Tech Talk: CDT Starting the Conversation on US Federal Privacy

Tech Talk: CDT Starting the Conversation on US Federal Privacy

cdt.org     2+ mon ago

CDT's Tech Talk is a podcast where we dish on tech and Internet policy, while also explaining what these policies mean to our daily lives. You can find Tech Talk on SoundCloud, iT...

Americans Deserve a Law Protecting Their Digital Privacy Here?s Our Proposal

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

For more information on our efforts to create comprehensive federal privacy legislation, check out our Federal Privacy Legislation campaign. Privacy is a fundamental human right. Physical safety, fre...

Tech Talk: Your Guide to More Secure Online Shopping

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

CDT's Tech Talk is a podcast where we dish on tech and Internet policy, while also explaining what these policies mean to our daily lives. You can find Tech Talk on SoundCloud, iTunes, and Google Pla...

A Report From the Frontlines of the Net Neutrality Litigation

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

In March of 2018, CDT filed a legal challenge to the FCC's "Restoring Internet Freedom" (RIF) order in which the FCC removed all of the net neutrality rules it had put in place in 2015. The Commission...

EU Tech Policy Brief: November-December 2018

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

This is the November-December 2018 recap issue of CDT's monthly EU Tech Policy Brief. It highlights some of the most pressing technology and internet policy issues under debate in Europe, the U.S., an...

CBP?s Border Searches Struggle to Comply with Constitution and Agency Policy

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

An Inspector General (IG) audit of Custom and Border Protection's (CBP) controversial border searches of electronic devices revealed that the agency overwhelmingly struggles to conduct searches that c...

Reservoir Clogs: Copyright and the Public Domain

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

CDT is taking part in Copyright Week, a series of actions and discussions supporting key principles that should guide copyright policy. Every day this week, various groups are taking on different elem...

Doing the wrong thing for the wrong reasons: Article 13 replaces safe harbors with upload filters, which won?t help artists but will hurt the internet

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

Doing the Wrong Thing for the Wrong Reasons: Article 13 Replaces Safe Harbors with Upload Filters, Won't Help Artists but Will Hurt the Internet For the last couple of years, the European Union has b...

India Looks at Regulating Internet Communications

India Looks at Regulating Internet Communications

cdt.org     3+ mon ago

India Looks at Regulating Internet Communications January 11, 2019 Written by Stan Adams For the last few years, the Telecom Re...

Techsplanations: Travel Tech

Techsplanations: Travel Tech

cdt.org     4+ mon, 7+ min ago

Over this holiday season, many of us are traveling to visit family and loved ones. To help you take control of your online data as part of your 2019 New Year's resolutions, we have...

Deletion and Student Privacy: I Forgot to Remember to Forget

cdt.org     4+ mon ago

Schools collect a lot of data about students. Of course data can be a valuable tool for improving student outcomes, for instance, by identifying students who are at risk of dropping out, allowing teac...

Introducing VotingWorks, Improving Voting Systems through Public Work

Introducing VotingWorks, Improving Voting Systems through Public Work

cdt.org     4+ mon ago

The need here is very real. Election officials often find themselves stuck between a rock and a hard place when choosing a new voting system; there are often few expensive choices ...

The Midterm Election Showed the Critical Need for Technical Volunteers in 2020

The Midterm Election Showed the Critical Need for Technical Volunteers in 2020

cdt.org     5+ mon ago

The November 2020 General Election already seems like a distant date on the calendar, but for election officials the preparation begins in just a couple of weeks. Performance durin...

The Supreme Court Didn?t Take the Net Neutrality Case, and That?s Good

cdt.org     5+ mon ago

On Monday, the Supreme Court announced its decision not to hear an appeal to the D.C. Circuit's decision in US Telecom Association v. FCC, which upheld the FCC's 2015 Open Internet Order and its net n...

Getting Better All the Time: Security Research and the DMCA

cdt.org     5+ mon ago

Every three years, the U.S. Copyright Office considers whether the anti-circumvention provision of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA) is (or is likely to) make it difficult for people to use ...

Making Sense of 2018?s Processor Vulnerabilities, Part 3: The Other Shoe Drops: Foreshadow

cdt.org     5+ mon ago

October 22, 2018 Written by Guest Post Spectre, Meltdown, and Foreshadow: 2018 has seen reports of serious security vulnerabilities related to computer processors; that is, bu...

Making Sense of 2018?s Processor Vulnerabilities, Part 2: Complicated Disclosure in Meltdown/Spectre

cdt.org     5+ mon ago

Written by Guest Post Spectre, Meltdown, and Foreshadow: 2018 has seen reports of serious security vulnerabilities related to computer processors; that is, bugs and flaws in the hardware o...


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