Don’t act like that: TSA defends screening program amid lawsuits, won’t release documents

By Yaël Ossowski | The Transportation Security Administration is defending its controversial “behavior detection program” against a torrent of criticism by civil libertarians and a fresh lawsuit by the American Civil Liberties Union. “The Behavior Detection and Analysis (BDA) program is designed to detect individuals who exhibit anomalous behaviors indicating they fear discovery and […]

The tech media still doesn’t understand the FCC’s net neutrality regulations

By Yaël Ossowski  / March 19, 2015  / Since the Federal Communications Commission released its net neutrality regulations last week, there have been some strange interpretations about what these rules mean for Internet consumers. For instance, an article by Newsweek says the regulations will prohibit Internet service providers from limiting traffic based upon “commercial […]

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