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Important Links: Week Seven Topics
Week Seven Topics and Required Readings
Topics This Week:
- GPS tracking
- Four square, Facebook places, Gowalla, etc.
- Google Street Views
- Google maps
- Video surveillance
- No Place to Hide: First Amendment Protection for Location Privacy, Ted Claypoole (June 2, 2011)
- Should the Government Need a Search Warrant to Track Your Car with GPS? Adam Cohen (July 5, 2011)
- Letter to Steve Jobs, Apple CEO from Congressman Edward Markey dated June 24, 2010 and Apple reply
- Letter to Steve Jobs, Apple CEO, from Congressman Edward Markey dated April 21, 2011 and Apple reply
- Summary of Location Privacy Protection Act of 2011, Venable law firm, dated June 20. 2011
- The Geolocation Privacy and Surveillance (GPS) Act and “Frequently Asked Questions” on the Act posted by Senate sponsor Ron Wyden
- Law Enforcement Use of Global Positioning (GPS) Devices to Monitor Motor Vehicles: Fourth Amendment Considerations, Congressional, Research Service Report (February 28, 2011)
- Lillie Coney Testimony before Congress at http://epic.org/privacy/surveillance/coneytest060706.pdf
- Lillie Coney, Associate Director, Electronic Privacy Information Center, Washington D.C.
- Justin Brookman, Center for Digital Technology, Washington, D.C.
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