Privacy Link Roundup – 02/09/13
February 9, 2013
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Your password is bad and you should feel bad. Seriously, review your passwords.
Facebook’s ‘Graph Search.’ Making something already horrifying slightly more horrific.
Speaking of Facebook, you do know they monitor, record, and turn over to police the things you write, right? Just making sure.
Your WiFi-enabled smartphone could be used to track where you go in stores, in the not-that-distant future. But maybe it’s not really that bad.
The NSA pinky-swears that there’s no domestic spying.
The DEA would very much like to snoop through the medical records of Oregon residents without the hassle of a warrant.
In a two-page paper, devoid of argument or analysis, the DHS concludes that it may seize travelers’ electronic devices for any reason at all. This power apparently extends 100 miles inland as well, which covers the entirety of Florida, Hawaii, several states in the northeast, and more than a handful of large cities.