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Vegas revealed need for regulations

by Gustavo Cristobal, Staff Writer // October 11, 2017

It’s been more than a week now since the shooting that occurred in Las Vegas took place. The shooter’s actions will affect everyone in the U.S. in...

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Google accused of illegally scanning SDSU email content

by Jamie Ballard, News Editor // January 27, 2016

San Diego State is one of 11 universities potentially involved in a mass action lawsuit against Google Apps for Education (GAE). The lawsuit alleges...

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Crime alerts shouldn’t include suspects’ names

by Ken Priest, Contributor // October 8, 2015

The San Diego State Police Department sent a community safety alert on Sept. 14 detailing a report of sexual battery on campus. In a follow-up email SDSU...

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Orwellian privacy invasion

by Anthony Berteaux, Senior Staff Columnist // October 2, 2014

On Sept. 18, a San Diego judge denied technological entrepreneur Michael Robertson’s request to access his own license plate data from police scanners....

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Pro/Con: Social media embarrassment

by Sabrina Shahawi and Marissa Ochoa, Staff Writer // September 4, 2014

Opinion columnists Sabrina Gomez Shahawl and Marissa Ochoa debate social media embarassment resulting from exploited private conversations.   Nowadays,...

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Life, liberty and the pursuit of privacy

by Anthony Berteaux, Staff Columnist // August 19, 2014

For those of us who grew up in the American education system, we have all been engrained with the idea that American citizens have the unalienable rights...

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Protect yourself from revenge porn

by Carmen Huerta // November 13, 2013

Breakups are bittersweet and painful. People are constantly reminded of past relationships when browsing through their smartphones. Memories and the happy...

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