MsLods’ news round-up: law + technology

Copyright

iiNet, DBC 3-week wait on piracy ruling. | IT News | http://bit.ly/1vACeNU

Brandis snubbed consumer groups, ISPs in piracy debate. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1AtGC1o

Losing cultural treasures under the TPP. | Public Address | http://bit.ly/180iWXe

Draft Copyright Notice Industry Scheme Code. | Communications Alliance | http://bit.ly/1zJE4sm

Defamation, freedom of expression & media law

Brandis still aiming to abolish Office of Australian Information Commissioner (responsible for FOI). | Open and Shut |  

A Whistleblower’s Horror Story. | Rolling Stone | http://rol.st/1zpytXZ

Swiss journalists who used covert filming win press freedom judgment. | The Guardian | http://bit.ly/1FvohRg

China will start censoring online usernames this Sunday. | Techinasia |  http://bit.ly/17AdslU

Bugging revelations stun journalists as inquiry unfolds. | SMH | http://bit.ly/1Jlaa7B

The Google effect: ICAC suppresses identity of witness. | SMH | http://bit.ly/1zJDxqr

UK government to rush through guidelines to stop police snooping of journalists. | Guardian | http://bit.ly/1FdO1l0

Privacy & information security

Canada’s spy agency collects & stores millions of Canadian’s emails to the government. | CBC |  http://bit.ly/1DpgHrH

UK admits unlawfully monitoring legally privileged communications. | The Guardian | http://bit.ly/1ASzex6

Dutch court urged to strike down national data retention law. | Jurist | http://bit.ly/1JOT8yZ

Snowden factor: report laments exposure of mass surveillance schemes. | Computerworld | http://bit.ly/1w0DBjX

Data retention costs: government is treating us like mugs. | SMH | http://bit.ly/1BxBmwk

Retain our privacy, not our data. | ABC Drum | http://ab.co/1JOR4qA

Telcos question data retention plans that exclude Skype, Facebook and Gmail. | The Guardian | http://bit.ly/18nz5XM

Stop monkeying around with our metadata laws, Prime Minister. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1ESkFcb

A list of current legal challenges to UK’s surveillance regime. | Bureau of Investigative Journalism | http://bit.ly/1DcDunV

You had one job, Lenovo. | Slate | http://slate.me/1FY8huT

Australia’s war on terror hampered by incompatible IT systems. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1DY8IVk

Big data ethics is a board-level issue. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1Cm6P1l

Who do we blame when a robot threatens to kill people? | Fusion | http://fus.in/1FSLm1i

Why we need a right to privacy for brain data. | Gizmodo | http://bit.ly/1Bxz2VT

Watch ‘Noah’, the short film that inspired Modern Family’s i-phone filmed episode. | Fusion | http://fus.in/1MTulsA

Social media

Michelle Obama, Reese Witherspoon & other celebs are revealing their locations when they post photos on Instagram. | Fusion | http://fus.in/1DUDvko

What happens to your Facebook account when you die? | Crikey | http://bit.ly/1zJAxKC

In privacy update,  Reddit tightens restrictions on nude photos. | New York Times | http://nyti.ms/1w8jtMS

Stop the tweets: Australia commits $18M to monitor social media. | ZDNet | http://zd.net/1AqzPVd

The Snapchat and the platypus. | Medium | http://bit.ly/1MTvcJL

Meet the tweet-deleters. | Fusion | http://fus.in/19DlkV8

26 February 2015

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MsLods’ news round-up: law + technology

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