Europe Becomes a Battleground Over Huawei and 5G

Europe, home to many of world’s richest and most technologically advanced nations, has become a crucial battleground in the race between China and the United States and among tech giants to develop the internet of the future — a world where technology becomes even more supreme and potentially more dangerous.

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Hunting and Fishing

The New Mexico Department of Game and Fish was obligated to disclose the names and email addresses of everyone who applied for a hunting or fishing permit pursuant to a citizen’s public records request, an appeals court in the state ruled. The state argued disclosure of the information threatened the privacy of residents and could open hunters up to harassment.

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Surveillance State

A federal class action claims that Clearview AI violated civil rights and privacy by creating a “massive surveillance state” by scraping faces from websites and selling the data to law enforcement and other agencies.A federal class action claims that Clearview AI violated civil rights and privacy by creating a “massive surveillance state” by scraping faces from websites and selling the data to law enforcement and other agencies.

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Child Abuse Reporting

The Montana Supreme Court reversed a $35 million award in a negligence case against Jehovah’s Witnesses, finding that they are exempt from mandatory child abuse reporting because “canon law, church doctrine, or established church practice required that the reports of abuse in this case be kept confidential.”

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