The Electronic Privacy Information Center and the Federal Trade Commission are gong toe-to-toe in court just a few days before Google rolls out its new privacy policies.
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A federal appeals court has ruled that a suspect in a child pornography case is protected under the Fifth Amendment from disclosing a password that would decrypt his computer files.
A federal court Friday ruled that it does not have jurisdiction to intervene in the Federal Trade Commission's enforcement decisions in regards to a consent order in place with Google.
President Obama Thursday unveiled a model for a "Consumer Privacy Bill of Rights" that includes input from companies, privacy advocates, international partners and other stakeholders.
A federal court denies a woman's appeal in a case where she said turning over her password to decrypt files was a violation of her Fifth Amendment rights.
A privacy group replies to the Federal Trade Commission's request to dismiss a lawsuit seeking a court ruling to compel the federal agency to enforce a consent order levied against Google as part of a privacy case settlement.