Tag Archive: privacy

Privacy and Its Big Brother, #internet50

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By Kent Wada. In case you missed it, the people of the State of California have voted to include privacy as an inalienable right. Go look for yourself: it’s right there in Article 1, Section 1 of the California Constitution:1

CALIFORNIA CONSTITUTION,…
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Call for Proposals for CENIC Annual Conference

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CENIC is now accepting presentation proposals for its annual conference, The Right Connection: CENIC 2020. Proposals are due December 2, 2019.

Session presentations should highlight innovative uses of CENIC’s CalRen to support California research and education communities. Presenters…
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UC Privacy Paradigm Exemplifies GDPR Compliance

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By Denise Dolezal. As news sinks in that the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) applies to UC, it might cause some consternation across the university. But what if there is a bright side to the extraterritorial…
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