Of course you love your cell phone.
Imagine parking your car and looking for a pay phone to check on what to bring home for dinner. Those days seem prehistoric now.
But when I spoke last week with Princeton attorney and privacy advocate Grayson Barber, a Rutgers law school grad, I gained perspective on how owning a cell phone and protecting your privacy do not always go together.
Barber, who will testify next week before the New Jersey Supreme Court as a “friend of the court” in oral arguments about cell phone tracking, will represent the Electronic Privacy Information Center, a nonprofit public interest research center in Washington, D.C., set up to protect the First Amendment and civil liberties.
You can hear and question her 10 a.m Sunday, Oct. 28, when she speaks on “Privacy in the Digital Age” at Har Sinai synagogue in Pennington.
It’s free and open to the public.
What she told me about how vulnerable all of us are who use cell phones or casually divulge Social Security numbers or personal data on Facebook stood my hair on end.
For example: Data seekers can gather smart phone address books and even photos, as well as your geographic location, without the owners’ consent or knowledge.
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Registration for presenters, exhibitors and participants is now open for this not to missed 3-day Canadian Technical Security (TSEC) event.
Potomac Falls, VA - John Cheney Platt III (Jack), aged 80, died unexpectedly on January 4, 2017 of advanced esophageal cancer. Jack, also known as "Cowboy," served proudly as an officer in the United States Marine Corps followed by 25 years of service in the Central Intelligence Agency. He led a life full of intrigue, mystery and adventure serving his country abroad in Austria, Laos and France.