Nicole A. Ozer

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A publication of the ACLU of Northern California Available online at www.DotRights.org doctor favorite bar school home courthouse bookstore hotel N eed to get directions when you are lost? Looking for a restaurant nearby? Want to know if your friends are in the neighborhood? Location-based services—applications and websites that provide services or(More)
What you choose to read says a lot about who you are, what you value, and what you believe. That's why you should be able to learn about anything from politics to health without worrying that someone is looking over your shoulder. However, as books move into digital form, new reader privacy issues are emerging. In stark contrast to libraries that retain as(More)
In 1997 and again in 1999, the Oakland City Council considered creating a video surveillance camera program. The program engendered opposition from the ACLU of Northern California (" ACLU-NC ") and several council members voiced strong concerns regarding the privacy implications. Privacy concerns were further fueled by a City Attorney's opinion that records(More)
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