In episode 137 for September 7th 2020: A federal appeals court finds the NSA’s bulk collection of phone data was unlawful, new research shows that browsing histories are unique enough to reliably identify users, and my personal story about a car accident and the privacy of your public records.
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Appeals court finds NSA’s bulk phone data collection was unlawful
Mozilla research: Browsing histories are unique enough to reliably identify users
Replication: Why We Still Can’t Browse in Peace: On the Uniqueness and Reidentifiability of Web Browsing Histories
Aggressive solicitation comes after auto accidents in Detroit
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