Marketplace Tech Report for Monday, October 1, 2012

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A new report says the U.S. Justice Department allowed law enforcement agencies to examine more private data in 2010-2011 than in the entire previous decade. The kind of surveillance allowance isn't new -- but the kinds of data the government is being allowed to pull has changed. And while digital technology has disrupted the old way of doing business for many industrites -- like music and books -- it's taken a while with one near-essential, wine. But Amazon may try selling wine online, again.

A spike in government surveillance, and wine sales on Amazon

A new report says the U.S. Justice Department allowed law enforcement agencies to examine more private data in 2010-2011 than in the entire previous decade. And Amazon is planning online wine sales.
Posted In: Tech, wine, aclu, surveillance, privacy, web privacy, data

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