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 On 6 and 13 April, we conclude the course. Please read PartsNineandFourteen.
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 On 6 and 13 April, we conclude the course. Please read PartsNineandFourteen.
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Writing Schedule:

First drafts of second essays will be due close of business Friday 16 April, and will be edited by Monday 26 April if submitted timely. Second drafts of both first and second essays may then be submitted anytime before Wednesday 5 May, for graduating students, or Wednesday 19 May for non-graduating students. If you are not graduating and if you want more time for the submission of second drafts, you may request an extension by email before May 19.

 



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On The Radar

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Eben Moglen, Why Freedom of Thought Requires Free Media, re:publica, Berlin, May 2, 2012 Video Transcript.
 Mishi Choudhary and Eben Moglen, Social Media is Flawed by Design, Times of India, February 16, 2021

Shoshana Zuboff, The Coup We Are Not Talking About, New York Times, January 29, 2021


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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 Outdoor in-person meetings begin this week. Please see OutdoorSignUp.
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First drafts of your first paper will be due at close of business Friday 12 March. Please see FirstPaper for instructions and a template.

 



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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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On The Radar

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 Shoshana Zuboff, The Coup We Are Not Talking About, New York Times, January 29, 2021

Mishi Choudhary & Eben Moglen, Zuckerberg’s WhatsApp follies, Times of India, January 19, 2021


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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 On 16 February we will conclude discussion of PartFour. Please
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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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  4. Read all of the wiki introduction on this page and learned how to refer to the wiki documentation in the TWiki web.
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Avi Asher-Schapiro, Chinese tech patents tools that can detect, track Uighurs, Thomson Reuters Foundation News, January 14, 2021


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2021

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Part 1: Prisms, internet giants, and James Bond

Part 2: Distilling Our Data

Part 3: Sharing is caring

Part 4: Technology of Power

Summary by IanSullivan

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Katitza Rodriguez, Biometrics in Argentina: Mass Surveillance as a State Policy, EFF, January 10, 2012

David Kravets, No Warrant Needed for GPS Monitoring, Judge Rules, Wired, January 3, 2012

Tim Mak, AP: CIA eyes up to 5M tweets a day, Politico, November 4, 2011

John Markoff, Government Aims to Build a ‘Data Eye in the Sky’, NY Times, October 10, 2011

Mike Elgan, Snooping: It's not a crime, it's a feature, Computer World, April 16, 2011

Mike Masnick, Replay Six Months Of A German Politician's Life Thanks To His Mobile Phone Data, TechDirt, Mar 29th 2011

djwm, Cree.py application knows where you've been, H-Online, March 30, 2011

Nick Fielding and Ian Cobain, Revealed: US spy operation that manipulates social media, The Guardian, March 17, 2011

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 Alan Travis, Mass snooping and more – the measures in Theresa May's bill, The Guardian, November 4, 2015.

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Carl Shreck, Russian Law On Rejecting Human Rights Courts Violates Constitution, Experts Say, Radio Free Europe, January 19, 2016

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For our first meeting on January 20, please

  1. Register to use this wiki;
  2. Make sure you have read the course EvaluationPolicy;
  3. Read all of the wiki introduction on this page. Learn how to refer to the wiki documentation in the TWiki web. Use your personal Sandbox to experiment as necessary. You must be able to write here confidently.
  4. Learn about DejaVu document format, "a better PDF." Get the reading software for your computers and personal tracking devices, so you can read course books;
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My office hours are Wednesdays, 3:45-5:30pm, in JG642, and by arrangement at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, RoseReginaLawrence, at 212-461-1905.
 

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People Love Spying On One Another: A Q & A With Facebook Critic Eben Moglen, Washington Post, November 19, 2014

Eben Moglen, The GCHQ boss’s assault on privacy is promoting illegality on the net, The Guardian, November 13, 2014

Event: 1971 Screening and Discussion on Surveillance November 7, 2014, Davis Auditorium

Devlin Barrett & Danny Yadron, New Level of Smartphone Encryption Alarms Law Enforcement, Wall Street Journal, September 22, 2014

atockar, Riding with the Stars: Passenger Privacy in the NYC Taxicab Dataset, Neustar Research, September 15, 2014

Eugene Mandel, How the Napa earthquake affected Bay area sleepers, Jawbone.com Blog, August 25, 2014

Al Sassco, Fitness Trackers are Changing Online Privacy — and It's Time to Pay Attention, CIO.com, August 14, 2014

Tom Warren, Microsoft, like Google, tips off police for child porn arrest, The Verge, August 7, 2014

Douglas MacMillan, Foursquare Now Tracks Users Even When the App Is Closed, Wall Street Journal, August 6, 2014

Vindu Goel, How Facebook Sold You Krill Oil, New York Times, August 2, 2014

 Jennifer Valentino-Devries and Siobhan Gorman, Secret Court's Redefinition of 'Relevant' Empowered Vast NSA Data-Gathering, Wall Street Journal, July 8, 2013

Philip Dorling, Snowden reveals Australia's links to US spy web, The Age, July 8, 2013


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 Spiegel Staff, The German Prism: Berlin Wants to Spy Too, Spiegel Online International, June 17, 2013

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Michael Riley, U.S. Agencies Said to Swap Data With Thousands of Firms, Bloomberg News, June 15, 2013

Barton Gellman, U.S. surveillance architecture includes collection of revealing Internet, phone metadata, Washington Post, June 15, 2013

Tim Mak. Dianne Feinstein: NSA needs no court to query database, Politico, June 13, 2013

 Colin Freeze, Data-collection program got green light from MacKay in 2011, The Globe and Mail, June 10, 2013

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Arvind Narayanan, Reidentification as Basic Science, 33 bits of entropy, May 27, 2013


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Joshua Kopstein, Metadata matters: how phone records and obsolete laws harm privacy and the free press, The Verge, May 16, 2013


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Joshua Kopstein, Metadata matters: how phone records and obsolete laws harm privacy and the free press, The Verge, May 16, 2013

The Associated Press, U.S. Secretly Obtains Two Months of A.P. Phone Records, The New York Times, May 13, 2013

Joshua Kopstein, AT&T getting secret immunity from wiretapping laws for government surveillance, The Verge, April 24, 2013

Tom Simonite, Life’s Trajectory Seen Through Facebook Data, MIT Technology Review, April 24, 2013

Steve Lohr, Big Data, Trying to Build Better Workers, The New York Times , April 20, 2013

Max Fisher, Chinese hackers outed themselves by logging into their personal Facebook accounts, The Washington Post, February 19, 2013

Mathew Ingram, The increasingly blurry line between Big Data and Big Brother, Gigaom.com, February 1, 2013

Alexis C. Madrigal, DARPA's 1.8 Gigapixel Drone Camera Could See You Waving At It From 15,000 Feet, The Atlantic, February 1, 2013

 Carl Franzen, Google Reveals How U.S. Government Obtains User Information, Talking Points Memo, January 23, 2013

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Ram Parmar, 21-year-old girl held for Facebook post questioning Mumbai's 'Bal Thackeray shutdown', Mumbai Mirror, November 19, 2012.

 

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Emerging Threats to Online Trust: The Role of Public Policy and Browser Certificates, Presentation, transcript, slides(pdf). October 22, 2010 Declan McCullagh, Why browsers differ on Web sites' safety, CNet, March 28, 2011

Comodo breach

Declan McCullagh and Elinor Mills, Google, Yahoo, Skype targeted in attack linked to Iran, CNet, March 23, 2011 Declan McCullagh and Elinor Mills, Hackers exploit chink in Web's armor, CNet, March 24, 2011

DigiNotar breach

Gregg Keizer, Hackers may have stolen over 200 SSL certificates, Computerworld, August 31, 2011 Charles Arthur, Rogue web certificate could have been used to attack Iran dissidents, The Guardian, August 30, 2011

Flame malware

Dan Goodin, "Flame" malware was signed by rogue Microsoft certificate, ars technica, June 4, 2012 Lance Whitney, Flame virus can hijack PCs by spoofing Windows Update, CNet, June 5, 2012

TURKTRUST breach

djwm, Fatal error leads TURKTRUST to issue dangerous SSL certificates, H-online, January 4, 2013 Dennis Fisher, TURKTRUST Incident Raises Renewed Questions About CA System, threatpost.com, January 4, 2013

BBC Staff, Germany orders changes to Facebook real name policy, December 18, 2012

Julia Angwin, U.S. terror agency to tap citizen files, Wall Street Journal (via Yahoo), December 12, 2012

 Spencer Ackerman, Oops! Air Force Drones Can Now (Accidentally) Spy on You, Wired, May 8, 2012

Andy Greenberg, These Are The Prices AT&T, Verizon and Sprint Charge For Cellphone Wiretaps, Forbes, April 3, 2012


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 James Bamford, Shady Companies With Ties to Israel Wiretap the U.S. for the NSA, Wired, April 3, 2012

BBC Staff, Email and web use 'to be monitored' under new laws, BBC News, April 1, 2012


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Tracy Clark-Flory, Facebook: The next tool in fighting STDs, Slate, March 31,2012


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Eric Lichtblau, Police Are Using Phone Tracking as a Routine Tool, New York Times, March 31, 2012


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 Julian Dibbell, The Shadow Web, Scientific American, March 2012

Bob Sullivan, Govt. agencies, colleges demand applicants' Facebook passwords, MSNBC, March 6, 2012


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Sean Gallagher, FBI turns off 3,000 GPS trackers after Supreme Court ruling, ars technica, February 26, 2012

David Carr, Blurred Line Between Espionage and Truth, New York Times, February 26, 2012

 Charles Duhigg, How Companies Learn Your Secrets, New York Times, February 16, 2012

Julian Borger and Charles Arthur, Twitter users threaten boycott over censorship accusation, The Guardian, January 27, 2012


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Robert Barnes, Supreme Court: Warrants needed in GPS tracking, Washington Post, January 23, 2012

 EPIC, FOIA Documents Reveal Homeland Security is Monitoring Political Dissent, EPIC, January 13, 2012

Katitza Rodriguez, Biometrics in Argentina: Mass Surveillance as a State Policy, EFF, January 10, 2012


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Big Data mining: Who owns your social network data?

Did Watson Succeed On Jeopardy By Infringing Copyrights?

Bibliobouts game teaches lesson about source reliability

Changing Threats To Privacy From TIA to Google, video presentation given by Moxie Marlinspike at Blackhat Europe 2010.

How Privacy Vanishes Online

Military Monitored Planned Parenthood, Supremacists

The Snitch in Your Pocket

Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time

New Hack Pinpoints Cell Phone User's Location, Personal And Business Relationships

D.C. Circuit rules against FCC's net neutrality regulatory authority (link added by seminar student, 4/6/10)

FCC's National Broadband Plan (link added by seminar student, 3/23/10)

School District Accused of Remotely-Activating Webcam to Investigate Students - Story also here.

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Buying You: The Government's Use of Fourth-Parties to Launder Data about 'The People'

Google's Legal Battles

Hacker Exposes Private Twitter Documents

How Advertisers Mine Data on Social Networks

Top court: Police cannot track suspect with GPS

Wisconsin court upholds GPS tracking by police

Government to monitor all internet use and phone data

Blogger Seeks to Protect Sources

Google profile users get a say in people search results

F.B.I. and States Vastly Expand DNA Databases

N.S.A.’s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress

Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fight

Microchip Tells Docs If Patients Have Taken Their Pills, Why That's Scary

Mapping the Cultural Buzz: How Cool Is That?

Pinch Media: Statistics your iPhone apps may be sending back home

Statebook

CCTV cars snap distracted drivers

Google taps your IP address for Starbucks targeting

Deep Packet Inspection: A Collection of Essays from Industry Experts

Social sites dent privacy efforts

Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries

Online Age Quiz is a Window for Drug Makers

One in four government databases illegal

Gov't may track all UK Facebook traffic

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One Number to Ring Them All

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D.C. Circuit rules against FCC's net neutrality regulatory authority (link added by seminar student, 4/6)
 FCC's National Broadband Plan (link added by seminar student, 3/23)

How Privacy Vanishes Online, Ny Times, Mar 16, 2010


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Military Monitored Planned Parenthood, Supremacists, Wired, Feb 25, 2010


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 Cell phones show human movement predictable 93% of the time, Ars Technica, Feb 23, 2010

The Snitch in Your Pocket, Newsweek, Feb 19, 2010


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School District Accused of Remotely-Activating Webcam to Investigate Students - Story also here.


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School District Accused of Remotely-Activating Webcam to Investigate Students - Story also here.

 Nanotargeted Pressure

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 Google Social Search

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Google Social Search


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2010

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Buying You: The Government's Use of Fourth-Parties to Launder Data about 'The People'


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2010

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Google's Legal Battles


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2010

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 Google's Legal Battles

Hacker Exposes Private Twitter Documents


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2010

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2010

 
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On the Radar


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Google's Legal Battles
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How Advertisers Mine Data on Social Networks


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Hacker Exposes Private Twitter Documents
 How Advertisers Mine Data on Social Networks

Top court: Police cannot track suspect with GPS


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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How Advertisers Mine Data on Social Networks
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Top court: Police cannot track suspect with GPS

Wisconsin court upholds GPS tracking by police

 Government to monitor all internet use and phone data

Blogger Seeks to Protect Sources


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Government to monitor all internet use and phone data
 Blogger Seeks to Protect Sources

Google profile users get a say in people search results


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Blogger Seeks to Protect Sources
 Google profile users get a say in people search results

F.B.I. and States Vastly Expand DNA Databases


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Google profile users get a say in people search results
 F.B.I. and States Vastly Expand DNA Databases

N.S.A.’s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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F.B.I. and States Vastly Expand DNA Databases
 N.S.A.’s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress

Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fight


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N.S.A.’s Intercepts Exceed Limits Set by Congress
 Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fight

Microchip Tells Docs If Patients Have Taken Their Pills, Why That's Scary


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Mexico to fingerprint phone users in crime fight
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Mapping the Cultural Buzz: How Cool Is That?


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Microchip Tells Docs If Patients Have Taken Their Pills, Why That's Scary
 Mapping the Cultural Buzz: How Cool Is That?

Pinch Media: Statistics your iPhone apps may be sending back home


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Mapping the Cultural Buzz: How Cool Is That?

Pinch Media: Statistics your iPhone apps may be sending back home

 Statebook

CCTV cars snap distracted drivers


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Statebook

CCTV cars snap distracted drivers

 Google taps your IP address for Starbucks targeting

Deep Packet Inspection: A Collection of Essays from Industry Experts


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Google taps your IP address for Starbucks targeting
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Social sites dent privacy efforts

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 Google Software Bug Shared Private Online Documents
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When Everyone’s a Friend, Is Anything Private?

Why are we fingerprinting children?

British Civil Liberties Conference

 

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Deep Packet Inspection: A Collection of Essays from Industry Experts
 Social sites dent privacy efforts

Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries


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Social sites dent privacy efforts
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Online Age Quiz is a Window for Drug Makers


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Vast Spy System Loots Computers in 103 Countries
 Online Age Quiz is a Window for Drug Makers

One in four government databases illegal


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Online Age Quiz is a Window for Drug Makers
 One in four government databases illegal

Gov't may track all UK Facebook traffic


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As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up


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As Jurors Turn to Web, Mistrials Are Popping Up

 One Number to Ring Them All

Google to Offer Ads Based on Interests


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EFF Releases How-to Guide to Fight Government Spying

District Court judge orders defendant to decrypt PGP-protected laptop

Deutsche Bahn shaken by spying scandal

Obama administration tries to kill e-mail case

Skype calls' immunity to police phone tapping threatened

NSA Offering 'Billions' for Skype Eavesdrop Solution

Chicago Links Street Cameras to Its 911 Network

Bill proposes ISPs, Wi-Fi keep logs for police

The mystery of Ireland's worst driver

Facebook's Users Ask Who Owns Information

Facebook Withdraws Changes in Data Use

A map of the world, in four billion pockets

Keep Looking: The Answer to the Machine is Elsewhere

Obama's BlackBerry brings personal safety risks

It's Safer Internet Day

Data security (or lack thereof) at financial firms

When Surveillance is "Independence"

 

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When Everyone’s a Friend, Is Anything Private?


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Google Software Bug Shared Private Online Documents
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Why are we fingerprinting children?


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Mapping the New, Mobile Internet


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EFF Releases How-to Guide to Fight Government Spying


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District Court judge orders defendant to decrypt PGP-protected laptop


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EFF Releases How-to Guide to Fight Government Spying
 District Court judge orders defendant to decrypt PGP-protected laptop

Deutsche Bahn shaken by spying scandal


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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District Court judge orders defendant to decrypt PGP-protected laptop
 Deutsche Bahn shaken by spying scandal

Obama administration tries to kill e-mail case


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Deutsche Bahn shaken by spying scandal
 Obama administration tries to kill e-mail case

Skype calls' immunity to police phone tapping threatened


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Obama administration tries to kill e-mail case

Skype calls' immunity to police phone tapping threatened

 NSA Offering 'Billions' for Skype Eavesdrop Solution

Chicago Links Street Cameras to Its 911 Network


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NSA Offering 'Billions' for Skype Eavesdrop Solution

Chicago Links Street Cameras to Its 911 Network

 Bill proposes ISPs, Wi-Fi keep logs for police

The mystery of Ireland's worst driver


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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 The mystery of Ireland's worst driver

Facebook's Users Ask Who Owns Information


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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 Facebook's Users Ask Who Owns Information

Facebook Withdraws Changes in Data Use


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 A map of the world, in four billion pockets

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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NSA Whistleblower: Wiretaps Were Combined with Credit Card Records of U.S. Citizens

FBI Mined Grocery Store Records to Find Iranian Terrorists, CQ Reports

 

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2009

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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 My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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 From TWiki's point of view, this course, Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.

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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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A Word on Technology Old and New About the Word


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Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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 For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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 All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Computers, Privacy, & the Constitution, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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Law in Contemporary Society

Professor Eben Moglen

Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

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 This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
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For now, the most important thing is just that any page of the wiki has an edit button, and your work in the course consists of writings that we will collaboratively produce here. You can make new pages, edit existing pages, attach files to any page, add links, leave comments in the comment boxes--whatever in your opinion adds to a richer dialog. During the semester I will assign writing exercises, which will also be posted here. All of everyone's work contributes to a larger and more informative whole, which is what our conversation is informed by, and helps us to understand.
 Please begin by registering. I look forward to seeing you at our first meeting on the 16th.

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The CompPrivConst site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox
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The CompPrivConst site is a collaborative class space built on Twiki [twiki.org], a free software wiki system. If this is your first time using a wiki for a long term project, or first time using a wiki at all, you might want to take a minute and look around this site. If you see something on the page that you don't know how to create in a wiki, take a look at the text that produced it using the "Edit" button at the top of each page, and feel free to try anything out in the Sandbox.
 
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All of the Twiki documentation is also available locally. Simply look at the top of the sidebar on the left of the screen and select the TWiki tab. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text
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All of the Twiki documentation is also right at hand. Follow the TWiki link in the sidebar. There are a number of good tutorials and helpful FAQs there explaining the basics of what a wiki does, how to use Twiki, and how to format text.
 
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From TWiki's point of view, this course Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, my other courses, perhaps some other project we decide to work on together. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see what's changing, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification.
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From TWiki's point of view, this course, Law in Contemporary Society, is one "web." There are other webs here: the sandbox for trying wiki experiments, for example, and my other courses, etc. You're welcome to look around in those webs too, of course. Below are some useful tools for dealing with this particular web of ours. You can see the list of recent changes, and you can arrange to be notified of changes, either by email or by RSS feed. I would strongly recommend that you sign up for one or another form of notification; if not, it is your responsibility to keep abreast of the changes yourself.
 

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Law in Contemporary Society

Professor Eben Moglen

Columbia Law School, Spring 2008

For our first meeting, please read Oliver Wendell Holmes, Jr., The Path of the Law, which is the first reading in the photocopied materials, or also available here.
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In addition to photopied and web-based materials, we will be discussing Thorstein Veblen, Theory of the Leisure Class (1899), available in numerous cheap editions. If you prefer reading on-line, you can have the entire text at your fingertips here. (We still have some remnants of a public domain).
 
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My office hours are Wednesday 11-1, and Thursday 3-4, in JG642, and by appointment at other times. Please email moglen@columbia.edu for an appointment, or consult my assistant, Ian Sullivan, at 212-461-1905.
 
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This course is centered in the experience of classroom dialog. Everything we read and write will be intended to help us understand better what we learn from listening to one another. I say "listening," because in a conversation with so many voices, we're all going to be listening much more than we are talking. So this is an extended exercise in active listening.
 
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