Joel Schwarz
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Student Data Privacy Tips

Given the ongoing work I have been doing in terms of advocating for better student data privacy protections, I’ve received a number of requests for tips on ways to better protect student data over the past few weeks – as remote learning has kicked in to overdrive – accompanied by parent frustration, inappropriate incidents in […]

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Is your car’s airbag system spying on you? Can the data be used against you after a crash?

Ever think about the privacy sensitive data that your car collects about you? After all, there’s a lot of technology in our cars today  . . . good luck finding the carburetor today, as compared to cars made before the turn of the millennium. There are computer chips, monitoring devices, GPS, and even internet connected […]

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Joe Biden’s Attack on Facebook for False Political Advertising: The Solution is…….

Last Friday, the Financial Times ran an article about former VP and current 2020 Presidential candidate Joe Biden’s stinging attack on Mark Zukerberg and Facebook (“FB”), arguing for Congress to revoke the law that shields platforms like FB from liability for user-generated content posted on their sites: Of course, the underlying cause of this […]

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