Dronesense, which sells a platform for controlling drones to police, left customer data including flight plans exposed.
10 organizations are part of the Coalition, and they have also launched a website to help victims.
The ruling is a significant win for privacy rights of Americans and tourists traveling to the United States.
Due to the contract fine print, AT&T says customers must instead deal with the company privately rather than in court.
A new database showcases which areas are investing heavily in surveillance technology, though data remains scarce on how that data is used or abused.
The comments follow Motherboard’s investigation into how DMVs are selling drivers’ data.
Motherboard found that DMVs across the country are selling personal data likely without drivers’ knowledge, including to private investigators.
Kazakhstan is telling citizens to download a cryptographic certificate, letting authorities monitor their traffic. Mozilla and Wikimedia are discussing how to respond from afar.
The lawsuit, which comes after multiple Motherboard investigations into phone location data selling, is seeking an injunction against AT&T which would try to enforce the deletion of any sold data.
Facebook is heeding criticism for its content takedown and account deactivation appeals process, which was initiated alongside the company’s expanding content moderation practices.
In an unusual response to concerns raised by a nonprofit, the researchers decided to model themselves.
The CLOUD Act is highly unpopular, but it passed, because Congress is dysfunctional.