Spatial Law and Policy Update (September 7, 2011)

Raising Awareness of Where Geospatial Technology is Taking the Law Privacy Cloud Industry Developing Privacy Standard for Mobile Apps (nextgov) 5 Unexpected Places You Can Be Tracked With Facial Recognition Technology (AlterNet) Haiti study: Mass mobile phone tracking can be laudable (The A Register) Kraft To Use Facial Recognition Technology To Give You Macaroni Recipes (Forbes) Microsoft collects phone location data without permission(cnet) Hidden CCTV cameras to be audited amid privacy concerns (Courier Mail) 5 Location-Tracking Rights You Should Demand (Information Week) StopSmartMeters.Org Data Quality Old Data – New Data When To Collect Geospatial Data (Vector One) Better Pipeline Data Governance (Pipeline & Gas Journal) How Hard is the Local Search Problem (Data Mining: Text Mining, Visualization and Social Media) "Closed" in error on Google Maps, Merchants Seek Fixes (New York Times) Intellectual Property Rights Not A Seed of Doubt: Substantial Extraction of Database (LexisNexis Communities) Law Enforcement Traffic cameras have new prey: criminals (USA Today) Dehli to use RS tech to check encroachment (Geospatial World) Miscellaneous Courts Skeptical of Facebook Evidence (Connecticut Law Tribune)

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