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By Jeff Gould, SafeGov. A new survey by privacy advocate SafeGov of parents in a large American city confirms what most sensible people already believed: parents want corporate-sponsored advertising out of our schools. After spending much of the past two years asking parents in a dozen foreign countries how they feel about online privacy and… » read more

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By SafeGov Contributor, Professor Daniel J. Solove. The law regulating government surveillance and information gathering in the United States is in dire need of reform. This law, which consists of the Fourth Amendment and several statutes, was created largely in the 1970s and 1980s and has become woefully outdated. The result is that law enforcement… » read more

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By SafeGov Contributor, Michael Chertoff. Because they instinctively and practically recognize this similarity, American citizens increasingly want equivalent privacy protections for their own electronic and telephonic communications. They want law enforcement in the U.S. to be responsive to their new customs and practices. Through our work with tech companies, we also know that these outdated… » read more

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