Twitter Weekly Updates for 2011-12-04

  • New School blog "'Its Time to Learn Like Experts' by @jayjacobs" http://t.co/lnXTqyp8 #
  • RT @dmolnar Help me shop for furniture http://t.co/rXxLrB4O #
  • RT @moxie__ WhisperSystems has been acquired! http://t.co/M5i1g6D0 < Congratulations! I hope it leads to great things for Twitter privacy #
  • RT @tsastatus A few new features, and a bunch of status updates, at http://t.co/5bat0tL0, more info on the blog http://t.co/5uoglCHT #
  • New blog: "Telephones and Privacy" http://t.co/3tt9H4Cs #
  • New blog: "We Robot: The Conference" http://t.co/XVjf2Cef #
  • New bloggage: "Telephones and Privacy" http://t.co/3tt9H4Cs #
  • RT @securityninja @realex_tracy everyone that walks past my desk has to play with the elevation of privilege cards, eye catching! #
  • New blog: Big Brother Watch Report on Breaches http://t.co/GY5AoDMj (ht @PogoWasRight) #
  • NPR has a story on FAA/SSA violations of Privacy act going to Supreme Court http://t.co/tK98Ycxt http://t.co/uXdEBwfI #
  • RT @hvyboots: So apparently, Carrier IQ is on iPhones too http://t.co/of8dRsmb #
  • RT @Jim_Harper Looking for Sen. Schumer's statement re: TSA tracking of cell phones. Anyone know where I can find it? http://t.co/U96pvG1U #
  • New School blog post: "The Future of Work is Play" http://t.co/nI2FODm6 #
  • RT @srbaker Film producers: if your film isn't on Netflix, I'll find it on BitTorrent. You might as well make some money on it. #
  • RT @AdasBooks Today is such an exciting day! The first big news is that our webstore is now live! http://t.co/gsodfqY5 #
  • RT @ggreenwald Surreal: Sen Feinstein had an amendment to say: you can't imprison US citizens w/o charges – it failed: http://t.co/sh8SjtCT #
  • .@rmogull I don't think it's hypocrisy, I think people are tired of privacy disempowerment, confusion and the short end of the stick #
  • Oops, violated my own medical privacy, darnit! Can I be in datalossdb now? 🙂 #
  • RT @lorrietweet Speaking today at Silicon Flatirons Privacy Economics event http://t.co/F8eNxKdf – live stream available < Yay, looks great! #
  • RT @WeldPond It should be in the public's best interest to allow researchers to tell us what the software on our phones does. #carrieriq #
  • Julie Cohen's comments are frames embedded in information systems is really well stated. #flatirons privacy economics #
  • "Let's make sure the system is not set up to thwart consumer desire for privacy" Joseph Farrell @ silicon flatirons #
  • "What we call disclosures are often when someone wants to say they disclosed it but they don't want you to know it" Joseph Farrell #flatiron #
  • "We have effective disclosure, they're called ads" Joseph Farrell #flatiron discussing privacy "disclosure" #
  • RT @liorjs Here's the livestream for Economics of Privacy Conf. http://t.co/dGVy35K4 Catch @ericgoldman, @paulohm, @rcalo, @laguarda, etc. #
  • ~"Aleecia has a knack for stating the controversial in a non-controversial way" @rcalo #flatiron #privacy #
  • Great question from @rcalo to venture capitalist Seth Levine: Do you worry about privacy as a risk in investing? #
  • Did anyone mention the work on organ donation rates and defaults, tie it to privacy? #flatirons #
  • UStream is reaching out to 14 different websites as I listen to the Silicon #flatirons event on Privacy economics http://t.co/4Do9K4qi #
  • RT @kbcran #flatirons Thwarting facial recognition with Blade Runner makeup http://t.co/VrudCFVw #
  • EyeLink has some really amazing & scary iris recognition tech. Way beyond what i thought was state of the art. Can't find link (@dmolnar?) #
  • Peter Swire has a depressing view of the impact of Sorrel vs IMS #flatirons #
  • Yay @hoofnagle for bringing up the compelled nature of speech in Sorrel. #flatirons #
  • Gävle Goat Gambit Goes Astray http://t.co/Bup57but #
  • Did he just say "You won't have Herman Cain to kick around anymore"? #

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