For this Caffeinated Thoughts Podcast episode, Shane Vander Hart discusses a pimp running for office in Nevada, an important Supreme Court decision for privacy, and the Southern Poverty Law Center’s recent settlement with the Quilliam Foundation.
14 Iowa House Democrats voted against a ban on monitoring devices in public restrooms and locker rooms in public schools, libraries, and government offices.
Shane Vander Hart shares his wish list for the new Republican Iowa Legislature when they are sworn in and gavel in for a new session this upcoming January.
Steve Sherman: Most privacy laws being used currently were written when flip phones were all the rage. It is time to upgrade how we handle privacy issues.
Although Common Core pundits screech that data collection is not part of Common Core, it is. If you read Common Core material and pay attention to the mandates being pushed onto the states as conditions of receiving federal funding (otherwise known as bullying “Do what I want or I’ll make things miserable for you…), you […]
We got the U.S. Census form yesterday (or I just noticed it yesterday). Looking at the questions I saw only one that should be required by law. The first one. How many people were living or staying in this house, apartment, or mobile home on April 1, 2010? I think they just disenfranchised those who […]