Apr 19, 2012 -EU Parliament votes today on a controversial information sharing deal with the U.S. Motorcycle Club uses trademark to weed out undercover officers. Macs users should use antivirus software now, commenter says. And more.
Apr 16, 2012 -An Australian government agency ordered an overhaul on identification cards for security personnel in December after complaints that information on current IDs violated privacy statutes, according to recently released documents.
Apr 02, 2012 -The controversial app, Girls Around Me, has been pulled from the Apple Store amid protests by privacy advocates and the geomapping social networking site Foursquare. Critics, however, say the problem isn’t Girls Around Me, but the amount of information social media sites share about its users by default.
Mar 30, 2012 -A new Government Accountability Office report recommends that the federal government strengthen the information security global supply chain. In addition, a top cybersecurity official outlines federal IT security priorities, and the Federal Trade Commission introduces a new privacy report.
Mar 28, 2012 -Two U.S. Senators have requested that the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the Department of Justice investigate recent reports of employers requiring that applicants turn over passwords to private e-mail accounts and to social media sites such as Facebook.
Feb 28, 2012 -Janet Napolitano's positive outlook on Mexico. State Attorneys General question Google's commitment to privacy. The United Nations says more outside support is needed to fight pirates. And more.