WELCOME to Connected Rights, your meaningful vote in the parliament of digital rights news and analysis. Enjoy this newsletter? Forward it to a friend or get them to sign up. I'm David Meyer, aka @superglaze on Twitter and @davidmeyerwrites on Facebook. Don't forget to check out the Connected Rights website and download a copy of my book, Control Shift: How Technology Affects You and Your Rights. Lek oy … Continue reading The case against selling governments facial recognition tech
WELCOME to Connected Rights, your twist in the sobriety of digital rights news and analysis. MICROSOFT AGREES WITH THE US JUSTICE DEPARTMENT that their epic battle over user privacy, as it relates to emails stored on overseas servers, should be scrapped. The argument is now moot, after president Trump signed a new law (supported by Microsoft) … Continue reading Microsoft’s big email privacy fight is over
WELCOME to Connected Rights, your ghost in the machine of digital rights news and analysis. First things first… I'VE WRITTEN A BOOK! It's called Control Shift: How Technology Affects Your and Your Rights, and you can buy it now on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2Adw7WF (That's the link to the US store – it's in the others too, in … Continue reading The hacking of net neutrality. Plus: My book, Control Shift, is finally on sale
WELCOME to Connected Rights, your weekly buzzer in the handshake of digital rights news and analysis. THE BATTLE'S ON for the future of the internet in the US. On July 12, tech firms (such as Amazon and Reddit) and activist groups (from Greenpeace to Access Now) will participate in an "internet-wide day of action to save net … Continue reading The battle for the future of the internet is on
HELLO and welcome to Connected Rights, a new weekly newsletter about technology and your rights. My name's David Meyer, and I've been reporting on this subject for over a decade now. It only becomes more important with time, and I hope this newsletter will prove useful, entertaining and thought-provoking. Please let me know what you like … Continue reading Whose law is it anyway?