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News and updates about Privacy Rights

Israel opens investigation into Facebook

Authorities to probe Facebook activities after revelations that firm gained access to millions of users' personal data.

Israel opens investigation into Facebook

Consumer privacy expert qualifies Google announcement

'Most people think email should be private, just like a letter sent through postal mail.'

Consumer privacy expert qualifies Google announcement

Proposal to ban undercover recordings

Netanyahu pushes privacy law which would bar secret recordings, requiring both sides to be aware of taping.

Proposal to ban undercover recordings

UK agencies warn of 'highly likely' terror attack

In hearing on privacy issues, representative of British intelligence agencies tells tribunal that terror threat level 'stands at severe.'

UK security agencies warn of 'highly likely' terror attack

MK asks why terror victim privacy law is ignored

Eichler explains new bill banning publication of victim's name before approval, asks Shaked why privacy censor law isn't enforced.

MK Eichler asks why terror victim privacy law is ignored

'Police State Powers' to be Granted to Ministries

A new proposal would substantively increase the state's powers to surreptitiously gather e-mail and cellphone information

'Police State Powers' to be Granted to Many Govt. Ministries

IDF Censor Expanding Monitoring Role

The IDF censor will now monitor journalists' and bloggers' social media accounts – and you don't even have to be Israeli

IDF Censor to Monitor Journalists' Social Media Accounts

Google Set to Replace Government as Big Brother

Google's new so-called privacy policy may be the end of online privacy for hundreds of millions of users worldwide.

Google Set to Replace Government as Big Brother