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Garret Keizer Looks At The State Of Privacy
Wednesday, 08/08/12
By Steve Zind
Terrorism, technology and the Patriot Act are just three causes for a reduction in our level of privacy. Author Garret Keizer discusses how views on privacy differ across social, political and cultural lines, we get an update on the threat of “bath salts” and we learn how to bowl a cricket ball.
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VPR News
Privacy Issues Raised By Smart Grid Technology
Thursday, 07/28/11
By John Dillon
The technology promises greater efficiency because consumers and utilities can collect information on how much power a household is using at certain times of day, but some say it violates privacy rights.
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VPR News
Public Photography & Privacy
Tuesday, 03/30/10
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with author Frederick Lane and photographer Jerry Swope about the social mores of photographing people in public, and the extent to which individuals can control how and where they are photographed.
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Vermont Edition
Privacy In Public Spaces
Tuesday, 03/30/10
By Jane Lindholm
We discuss the ubiquity of cameras in public spaces, and the social and legal limits of being photographed in public. Also, what a New York regulatory decision means for Entergy's plan to spin off the Vermont Yankee nuclear power plant.
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ACLU Questions Police Use Of Cell Technology
Tuesday, 03/16/10
By John Dillon
Cell phone technology can be used by authorities to track where people are. And the American Civil Liberties Union wants to know whether law enforcement uses the technology in Vermont.
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VPR News
VT Edition: Personal Privacy
Thursday, 02/04/10
By Jane Lindholm
VPR's Jane Lindholm talks with author Frederick Lane about our complicated relationship with privacy
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Vermont Edition
The History Of Personal Privacy
Thursday, 02/04/10
By Jane Lindholm
Just how private are our individual lives?  How has our relationship with privacy changed through history?  We talk issues of privacy with author Frederick Lane.  Also, we hear from seniors who are writing their memoirs.
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