As new State Privacy Officer Whitney Phillips moves forward with her review, four problems should be prioritized.
Why did the Utah Department of Health require new parents to fill out an eight-page form with more than 100 questions to get their infant’s birth certificate?
This entire situation does highlight the need for consumers to be aware of the risks they run with their data before deciding to entrust it to a third party as well as the need for robust guardrails for government agencies that...
The only thing worse than an arbitrary, incompetent government violating its citizens’ liberties is an arbitrary, competent one.
The State Auditor's office has released its statement on the appointments for Utah's newly-created Personal Privacy Oversight Commission.
Banjo was merely a side-effect of a much larger problem.
While some might argue that the courts should later decide the appropriate balance between law enforcement's interest and personal privacy, courts have been inconsistent in their rulings, and it could take years to get a solution...