Privacy

Time to Kill Another Dangerous CFAA Bill May 2016 (40:05), The Back Page

Bill to force tech companies to unencrypt data May 2016 (40:05), p. 2

FOIA lawsuit seeks FISC orders for encrypted data May 2016 (40:05), p. 1

Senate passes cybersecurity bill December 2015 (39:12), p. 1

Senate passes NSA reforms July 2015 (39:07), p.3

Florida Department of State releases private data July 2015 (39:07), p.1

Court rules NSA program illegal June 2015 (39:06), p.3

Body camera bill raises concerns April 2015 (39:04), p.2

NSA admits to improper surveillance February 2015 (39:2), p.3

Senate fails to pass NSA reform January 2015 (39:01), p.3

Court rules for location privacy December 2014 (38.12), p.3

Deputy accused of violating privacy sued February 2014 (38:02), p. 2.

Law enforcement able to monitor cellphone data February 2014 (38:02), p. 2.

NSA violated its own privacy regulations in new documents January 2014 (38:01), p.2.

Court rules NSA program constitutional November 2013 (37:11), p.2.

Court documents remain private October 2013 (37:10), p.3.

Groups sue over "dragnet" policy September 2013 (37:9), p.1.

Floridians' private health information leaked August 2013 (37:8), p.2.

Fla. high court prohibits warrantless data search July 2013 (37:7), p.1

Fla. bill aims to protect voters' email addresses May 2013 (37:5), p.1

FHP lawsuit claims unauthorized database access March 2013 (37:3), p.2

Google transparancy report details government requests for user data February 2013 (37:2), p.3

U.S. Senate Committee considers email privacy bill February 2013 (37:2), p.3

Tampa considers ordinance banning electronic "peeping" February 2013 (37:2), p.1

Privacy and images of death: A new constitutional right? November 2012 (36:11), The Back Page

5th Circuit upholds warrentless cell phone searches October 2012 (36:10), p.2

RNC surveillance cameras could remain in downtown Tampa October 2012 (36:10), p.2

State to release voter purge list September 2012 (36:9), p.3

Pasco County School Board allows cameras in classrooms August 2012 (36:8), p.3

Body scanners arrive at Southwest airport May 2012 (36:5), p.2

Americans more privacy-savvy online May 2012 (36:5), p.2

Courts redact personal information in court filings April 2012 (36:4), p.1

5th Amendment protects hard drives, court rules April 2012 (36:4), p.1

Warrantless GPS tracking found unconstitutional March 2012 (36:3), p. 2

Justices assess role of damages under Privacy Act February 2012 (36:2), p.2

Supreme Court weighs cell phone tracking January 2012 (36:1), p.1

FDLE investigates recording November 2011 (35:11), p.3

Federal court rejects privacy claims against COPS August 2011 (35:8), p.2

Hustler faces $375K penalty for publishing photos August 2011 (35:8), p.2

iPhone privacy case filed in Tampa June 2011 (35:6), p.3

Corporations don't have privacy claim under FOIA April 2011 (35:4), p.1

School board chair objects to image on YouTube June 2010 (34:6); p. 3

When you sign a petition, should it be a secret? February 2010 (34:2); p. The Back Page

Google Trends raise concerns January 2010 (34:1); p.2

Identities of blog viewers sought (Virginia) June 2009 (33:6); p. 3

DHS calls for improvements (Washington) February 2009 (33:2); p. 3

New FERPA rule narrows access (Washington) February 2009 (33:2); p. 3

Google Trends raises concerns (Washington) January 2009 (33:1); p. 2

Florida Supreme Court rejects false light (Tallahassee) December 2008 (32:12), p. 1

DHS expands border seaches (Washington) December 2008 (32:13), p. 1

Google maps Florida counties (Sarasota) September 2008 (32:9), p. 2

FBI improperly obtains phone records of terrorism reporters (Washington) September 2008 (32:9), p. 2

Government sued for data tracking (Washington) September 2008 (32:9,) p. 2

Senate approves controversial wiretapping bill (Washington) September 2008 (32:9), p. 1

Court orders Google to turn over YouTube data (San Francisco) September 2008 (32:9), p. 1

Surveillance impact uncertain (Washington) July 2008 (32:7), p. 5

University posts studnet info online for four years (Gainesville) July 2008 (32:7), p. 1

University of Florida to examine students' e-mails (Gainesville) June 2008 (32:6), p. 1

University posts GPAs online (Collier County) May 2008 (32:4), p. 2

Domain data open for now (Los Angeles) January 2008 (32:1), p. 2

Argument in false light suits delayed until March (Tallahassee) October 2007 (31:10), p. 1

False Light suit dismissed, 2-year limit applies (Gainesville) July 2007 (31:7), p. 1

News Journal wins appeal of false light verdict December 2006 (30:12), p. 1

Jury rejects false light claim by Tampa police officer November 2006 (30:11), The Back Page

News Journal appeals false light verdict (Tallahassee) October 2006 (30:10), p. 1

Personal privacy is essential to freedom of speech. March 2006 (30:3), The Back Page.

Clerk's release of information raises questions (Fernandina Beach) January 2006 (30:1) p. 3

Court records panel delays release of final report (Tallahassee) August 2005 (29:8) p. 2

Florida Supreme Court discusses stricter rules for cameras in court (Tallahassee) August 2005 (29:8) p. 2

FDLE investigation clears sheriff of wrongdoing in driver's privacy claim (Orlando) June 2005 (29:6) p. 3

Parties unsuccessful in lawsuit against makers of storm movie (Tallahassee) June 2005 (29:6) p. 3

Date company admits to buying records from state, local agencies (Tallahassee) April 2005 (29:4) p. 2

Tax-record access provision withdrawn (Washington) Feb. 2005 (29:2) p. 1

Computer error makes confidential files on welfare cases publicly available (Miami) Jan. 2005 (29:1) p. 2

Government orders airlines to turn over millions of passenger records (Washington) Dec. 2004 (28:12) p. 3

Appeals court rules records were properly seized (West Palm Beach) Dec. 2004 (28:12) p. 1

AGO: Security businesses cannot obtain certain home security information (Tallahassee) Oct. 2004 (28:10) p. 2

Airlines release passenger information (Washington) Oct. 2004. (28:10) p. 2

Judge rejects claim against Fidelity Federal Bank (West Palm Beach) Sept. 2004. (28:9) p. 3

Judge bans crime scene photos of slain Sarasota girl (Sarasota) Sept. 2004. (28:9) p. 1

Four people sue DMV, claim privacy violations (Miami) August 2004 (28:8) p. 3

Court rules student records are private. (Daytona Beach) August 2004 (28:8) p. 3

New city resolution opposes Patriot Act. (Tampa) July 2004 (28:7) p. 3

Supreme Court denies access to death photographs. (Washington) July 2004 (28:7) p. 1

Reporters ordered to erase recordings. (Washington) June 2004 (28:6) p. 3

ACLU says Matrix could invade privacy (Tampa) May 2004 (28:5) p. 2

Case against The Herald dismissed. (Miami) March 2004 (28:3), p. 3

Officers sue station, reporter over series. (Tampa) February 2004 (28:2), p. 3

Jury decides newspaper must pay $18.28 million in false light lawsuit. (Pensacola) January 2004 (28:1), p. 1

Hospice sued for releasing information. (Largo) June 2003 (27:6), p. 2

Appeals Court strikes down “Scarlet Letter” law (West Palm Beach) May 2003 (27:5)

Charges dropped against activist (Panama City) February 2003 (27:2), p. 3

Mothers challenge adoption ad law (Tallahassee) November 2002 (26:11), p. 3

FBI monitoring reading habits (Washington) September 2002 (26:9), p. 2

Snooping didn’t pay in Ybor City (Tampa) July 2002 (26:7) p 2

Airport to install face-scanning software (St. Petersburg) March 2002 (26:3) p 2

Patriot Act broadens powers of intelligence agencies (Washington), December 2001 (25:12), p. 1

Former bodyguards file suit against TV host (Miami) November 2001, (25:11) p. 3

Judge rules taping of official not a violation (Panama City) November 2001, (25:11) p. 3

Driver's family sues Web site over photos (Bunnell), September 2001 (25:9), p. 3

Commissioner issues emergency rule (Tallahassee), September 2001 (25:9), p. 3

Ybor City face-scanning system draws privacy protests (Tampa), September 2001 (25:9), p. 3

Appeals panel OKs suit against CBS (Port Charlotte), August 2001 (25:8), p. 1

Online Sunshine collects user data (Tallahassee), April 2001 (25:4), p. 3

Judge dismisses lawsuit against newspaper (Tampa), March 2001 (25:3), p. 2

New rules to protect medical records release (Washington, DC), February 2001 (25:2), p. 2

Online voting debate raises privacy issues (analysis by Melinda McAdams), December 2000 (24:12), p.4

Dancer I.D. law violates privacy (Jupiter), October 2000 (24:10), p.2

Police to limit cell phone monitoring, October 2000 (24:10), p.2

"Perfect Storm" causes uproar (Orlando), October 2000 (24:10), p.1

Resident arrested for secret recordings (Hernando), September 2000 (24:9), p.2

Insurer to pay $2.55 million (St. Petersburg), September 2000 (24:9), p.1

Woman sues tabloid for story about affair (Palm Beach), August 2000 (24:8), p. 3

Group complains that photos invade probationers' privacy (St. Petersburg), July 2000 (24:7), p. 3

The Back Page: Supreme Court upholds federal privacy act to close records (analysis by Michele Bush), February 2000 (24:2), p. 4

Lakeland approves surveillance cameras (Lakeland), February 2000 (24:2), p. 1

Tribe says paper invaded its private records (Fort Lauderdale), November 1999 (23:11), p. 3

Judge blocks the state from enforcing a law on abortion notice (Tallahassee), September 1999 (23:9), p. 1

Suit alleges "unlawful media involvement" (Tampa), September 1999 (23:9), p. 1

Supreme Court halts media "ride-alongs" with police (Washington, DC), September 1999 (23:9), p. 1

Principal takes school’s web site off-line (Boca Raton), June 1999 (23:6), p. 3

Clinic sues online service providers (Melbourne), March 1999 (23:2), p. 5

Oklahoma candidate sues Tampa station (Tampa), Dec. 1998 (22:12), p. 3

Golfer files privacy suit against newspaper (Melbourne), September 1998 (22:9), p. 3

No charges for paper with hidden camera (Franklin County), July 1998 (22:7), p. 3

Police seize newspaper’s bathroom camera (Franklin County), May 1998 (22:5), p. 3

Principal sues over release of records (West Palm Beach), January 1998 (22:1), p. 3

Panel votes against privacy amendment, January 1998 (22:1), p. 1

Abortion information law on hold (West Palm Beach), October 1997 (21:10), p. 1

Judge says state may withhold names in tobacco litigation (West Palm Beach), January 1997 (21:1), p. 3

AIDS/HIV records allegedly misused (Tampa), December 1996 (20:12), p. 1

Jail interview taped without reporter’s consent (Brooksville), April 1996 (20:4), p. 1

Settlement order prohibits publication (Gainesville), April 1996 (20:4), p. 1.

Enquirer privacy suit may proceed, February 1996 (20:2), p. 1

O.J. mugshot brings threat of lawsuit (Tampa), August 1995 (19:8), p. 3

The Miami Review claims public records, prevails in privacy suit, September 1994 (18:9), p. 1

Teen’s privacy not protected from broadcast (Palm Beach), August 1994 (18:8), p. 5

Tabloid paparazzo settles complaint (West Palm Beach), October 1993 (17:9), p. 3

Orlando station wins six-year invasion of privacy battle (Daytona Beach), August 1992 (16:8), p. 4

Tanner seeks X-rated video renters’ names (Daytona Beach), June 1992 (16:6), p. 3

Two plead guilty to selling computer data (Tampa), April 1992 (16:4), p. 3

‘Client’ files privacy suit against couple (Ft. Lauderdale), December 1991-January 1992 (16:1), p. 4

Court dismisses charge against tabloid for revealing victim’s name (West Palm Beach), November 1991 (15:10), p. 3

Orlando TV station settles outrage case (WESH), November 1991 (15:10), p. 1

Court of appeal reinstates charges in criminal taping case (West Palm Beach), August-September 1991 (15:8), p. 4

Outrage claim against station will go to jury (WESH), August-September 1991 (15:8), p. 3

Judge dismisses statutory privacy suit based on promotional spot (Orlando), July 1991 (15:7), p. 4

Charges filed against tabloid in rape case, May 1991 (15:5), p. 4.

District court of appeal overturns dismissal of outrage suit (WESH), March 1991 (15:3), p. 4

Grand jury: No law broken in taping reporter, paper erred (Tallahassee Democrat), December 1990 (14:10), p. 5

State won’t prosecute editor for publishing confidential information (Venice), October 1990 (14:8), p. 5

Phone service may invite unwelcome guests to your home (analysis by Bon Sherman), April 1990 (14:3), p. 4

Judge dismisses privacy suit against city, TV station (Oviedo), November 1989 (13:10), p. 3

Supreme Court backs Florida Star, June 1989 (13:6), p. 1

Station sued after skull shown on broadcast (WESH), May 1989 (13:5), p. 3

Supreme Court hears Star arguments, April 1989 (13:4), p. 3

Star case cleared for U.S. high court review, September 1988 (12:7), p. 1

Newspapers support privacy case appeal, July-August 1988 (12:6), p. 5

Appeal court upholds ruling: paper published ‘private facts’, December 1987 (11:10), p. 3

Invasion of privacy charged against Jacksonville paper, March 1987 (11:2), p. 3

‘Miami Vice’ star settles lawsuit over realtor’s disclosure of sale, November 1986 (10:9), p. 3

‘Miami Vice’ star seeks $2 million, claims realtor breached privacy, April 1986 (10:3), p. 2