“A lot of news organizations have broadcast portions of those videos, and have made a decision that those excerpts are newsworthy,” says Vivek Krishnamurthy, a clinical instructor at Harvard Law School’s Cyberlaw Clinic. “Will those uses that are more innocent also come down automatically?”
Source: Automated systems fight ISIS propaganda, but at what cost? | The Verge
The deal, which received preliminary approval on Wednesday, requires Google to donate around $3 million to six schools and nonprofits — Berkeley Center for Law & Technology, Berkman Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University, Center for Democracy & Technology, Public Counsel, Privacy Rights Clearinghouse, and the Center for Internet & Society at Stanford University.
Source: Google Resolves ‘Safari Hack’ Privacy Battle For $5.5 Million 09/01/2016
Bruce Schneier is the chief technology officer of Resilient, an IBM company, a fellow at Harvard’s Berkman Center, and a board member of the Electronic Frontier Foundation. His most recent book is Data and Goliath.
Source: New leaks prove it: the NSA is putting us all at risk to be hacked – Vox