- Senator: Technology warrants new privacy laws Updated: Mar-06-14 6:37 pm
- North Dakota University System server breached Updated: Mar-05-14 6:01 pm
- Consumers pay privacy price with rewards programs Updated: Mar-04-14 10:06 am
- At MIT, weighing balance of privacy and big data Updated: Mar-03-14 8:49 pm
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- AP Exclusive: Health law cybersecurity challenges Updated: Feb-25-14 4:47 pm
- Ed Dept to schools: Protect student data online Updated: Feb-25-14 4:17 pm
- Wis. Assembly to vote on student data privacy bill Updated: Feb-20-14 9:13 pm
- House panel endorses student privacy bill Updated: Feb-20-14 4:40 pm
- Oregon lawmaker planning initiated privacy measure Updated: Feb-19-14 5:20 pm
- French leader lands in California for tech talks Updated: Feb-12-14 5:01 pm
- Bill seeks to prevent sale of student data Updated: Feb-06-14 7:37 pm
ANNAPOLIS, Maryland - Sen. Christopher Shank says government agencies can learn a great deal about people by just tracking their movements via cellphones and license plates, so Maryland needs stricter protections to keep pace with new surveillance technology.
BISMARCK, North Dakota - A North Dakota University System computer server that stores personal information on students, staff and faculty has been hacked, but nothing appears to have been compromised, Interim Chancellor Larry Skogen said Wednesday.
PITTSBURGH - Giant Eagle won't say much about the information it collects on people who enroll in its rewards program to earn savings on food and fuel, but it knows who has a weakness for Goldfish crackers.
CAMBRIDGE, Massachusetts - Government, business and academic leaders gathered at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology Monday to discuss whether new policies are needed to regulate the use of big data, the large and complex sets of electronic information being used by companies to market products, researchers to study health problems, and as a government surveillance tool.
WASHINGTON - Longtime Washington insider John Podesta is developing a bit of a specialty for the presidents he's served - second-term problem solver.
WASHINGTON - As the Obama administration raced to meet its self-imposed deadline for online health insurance markets, security experts working for the government worried that state computer systems could become a back door for hackers.
WASHINGTON - The Education Department on Tuesday encouraged school districts to use more scrutiny to protect student privacy when using online educational services.
MADISON, Wisconsin - The Wisconsin Assembly has passed a bill that designed to keep student data secure.
CHEYENNE, Wyoming - The House Judiciary Committee on Thursday narrowed the focus of a bill that would require parental consent before education and personal data can be collected on children in the Wyoming school system.
SALEM, Oregon - An Oregon lawmaker who's leaving office is planning an initiated measure to limit the powers of Oregon law enforcement officers to collect cellphone, Internet and other personal data.
SAN FRANCISCO - France's president arrived Wednesday in the heart of tech country for meetings with Silicon Valley and government leaders, just days after a French regulator hit Google with an embarrassing regulatory slap and after years of efforts to wrest more taxes from tech firms.
FRANKFORT, Kentucky - A Kentucky Senate committee passed a bill Thursday aimed at preventing the sale of student digital data by technology companies.