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A recent case involving the United States Drug Enforcement Administration ended in a settlement this past Tuesday. As discussed in a previous blog post, the federal government has been repeatedly criticized for using controversial impersonation methods in connection with criminal investigations. In this case, a woman whose identity was allegedly used by a [...]

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With last week’s announcement of the new iPhone 6 and Apple Watch, the tech giant has come under scrutiny from lawmakers, regulators, and the general public. Just one week after Tim Cook, Apple’s chief executive officer, introduced the company’s latest offerings, Apple is seemingly running damage control. This may come as no surprise (to [...]

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Online Behavioral Advertising: Privacy Issue for ISPs?

On September 22, 2008 By JETLaw

Does anyone actually enjoy those pesky pop-up ads that swarm across the Internet? What if companies could specifically target individual consumers based on their tastes and preferences? That way, every pop-up advertisement would be tailored to an individual’s interest. This proposition begs the question, “How would companies manage to do such a thing?”


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