Tag: smartphones
Court Hinges Privacy Rights on Smartphone Settings

“Yes, compelling someone to reveal information on how to decrypt data is compelling testimony from that person. But obtaining information from a person’s mind is not what happens when agents pick a finger to apply to the sensor.” —Judge Edmond E. Chang, qtd. in In re A white Google Pixel 2019 began with digital…
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Medical Apps: Improving Healthcare on a Global Scale

Health apps use smartphone technology to provide medical assistance or access to medical professionals.

Apple Encryption and the Erosion of Privacy

In the wake of the terror attack in San Bernardino late last year, the FBI and other government agents set out to uncover as much information about the attackers as possible. After searching the suspects’ home, speaking with the families of the perpetrators, and looking for other clues, authorities had uncovered a great deal…
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