corporate spying

The Business of Surveillance

Human Rights Magazine
February 16, 2014

It is at once revealing and disturbing that the American retailing company Target can learn of a teenager’s pregnancy before the family she lives with does. An angry father near Minneapolis found this out firsthand, as reported in the New York Times, revealing a modern-day quandary: Communications and information technology have advanced with such speed that privacy safeguards lag far behind.

Jeremy Hammond Judge to Decide on Recusal, NLG Will Hold Press Conference Before Hearing

February 20, 2013

The National Lawyers Guild is hosting a press conference before a federal court hearing in which the chief judge of the U.S. District Court in Manhattan will decide on a motion calling for her recusal from the case of Jeremy Hammond.

Who:

Heidi Boghosian — Executive Director, National Lawyers Guild

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