AP: Residents snitch on businesses, neighbors amid shutdowns

Snitches are emerging as enthusiastic allies as cities, states and countries work to enforce directives meant to limit person-to-person contact amid the virus pandemic. They’re phoning police and municipal hotlines, complaining to elected officials and shaming perceived scofflaws on social media.

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Protecting donor privacy in the COVID-19 era

As organizations move their day-to-day communications to video conferencing services in response to the COVID-19 pandemic that is impacting every corner of the United States, it’s important to be aware of the privacy policies of the technology platforms being used to stay connected with employees, board members, customers, and stakeholders.

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Citizen Privacy Under Attack During Coronavirus Pandemic

Activists and elected officials who are opposed to citizen privacy are attempting to take advantage of the current crisis to advance their anti-free speech agenda. Last week, Congressional Democrats unsuccessfully attempted to insert regulations that would limit First Amendment rights into the CARES Act.

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