Prince Charles expresses sorrow over slavery

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A mural in Avignon, France with an antisemitic depiction of French President Emmanuel Macron as a puppet being manipulated with his strings by Jewish advisor Jacques Attali is set to be covered up after public outrage, French news outlet ladepeche reported. Attali is a well known economist and political advisor to Macron. The fresco is reminiscent of antisemitic Nazi cartoons of the 1930s depicting Jews as evil puppet masters manipulating world events. With Attali being Jewish, the antisemitic nature of the fresco was immediately commented upon and calls came for it to be removed, including from Jewish advocacy groups. The mural was painted on a water management building in Avignon. At first, the city refused to remove it, stating: "Everyone can interpret the image as they want since there are no words on this wall." But after the outcry continued and multiple Jewish organizations requested that it be taken down, the city agreed to cover it up. (Israel National News' North American desk is keeping you updated until the start of Shabbat in New York. The time posted automatically on all Israel National News articles, however, is Israeli time.)
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Secretary Antony J. Blinken at a Press Availability - United States Department of State  Department of State
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Abortion rights demonstrators hold signs outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., United States on June 24, 2022Abortion rights demonstrators hold signs outside the US Supreme Court in Washington, D.C., United States on June 24, 2022

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  • The Supreme Court on Friday overturned its landmark 1973 ruling safeguarding abortion.
  • Privacy advocates warn that phone and computer data could be used as evidence in states where abortion becomes illegal. 
  • "Privacy should not be an opt-in model or something that we as end-users have to strive for," said Daly Barnett of EFF. 

The Supreme Court on Friday overturned the landmark 1973 Roe v. Wade ruling that safeguarded access to abortion across the US. The decision Friday promoted renewed fears from digital privacy advocates who fear that online activity will be used against people who seek abortion care or advocate for abortion access in states where it becomes illegal.

"The concern about digital privacy security and data safety within the abortion access movement — people seeking an abortion — is all very real," said Daly Barnett, a staff technologist at the Electronic Frontier Foundation, a non-profit data rights group based in San Francisco.  

Digital rights and privacy advocates like Barnett warn that the data people generate when they browse the internet, search for specific terms or interact with abortion providers might be used as criminal evidence in the future. 

There is the potential for law enforcement to use a person's digital footprint against them, Barnett said, including location data and other data generated from their cell phones—as well as their search and browsing histories, the metadata attached to photos, and physical details in photographs. 

In 2017, Mississippi prosecutors used a woman's internet search history for drugs to induce abortion as part of their case against her for the death of her fetus, though a grand jury decided not to pursue charges against the woman, The Washington Post reported. 

Indiana police in 2015 cited a woman's text messages about ordering abortion pills from Hong Kong in a case against her. She was later convicted of feticide and child neglect and sentenced to 20 years in prison, The New York Times reported in 2015. 

In cases where people are criminalized for their pregnancy outcomes, law enforcement could search people's phones and computers for evidence. This can lead to significant evidence "because people live so much of their lives" through their phones, said Sara Ainsworth, the Senior Legal & Policy Director at If/When/How, an abortion-rights policy and advocacy organization. 

There have also been worries on social media over the use of apps that track menstrual cycles and the data that those services and apps store and sell. However, Ainsworth said that law enforcement investigating period tracking apps seems unlikely at least in the near future, while Barnett said there has perhaps been too much focus on such apps in the discussion about data privacy related to abortion care.

"People's digital footprint extends far beyond that," Barnett said. "We've already seen cases of people's search history being used against them as criminal evidence, and that's outside of period tracker apps. So although that is a vector of concern, it's not the sole vector."

Abortion-rights advocates have long said that efforts by states to criminalize abortion by states have the greatest impact on low income people and people of color

"The majority of people who've been criminalized for ending their own pregnancy or being believed to have done so are almost universally, in fact, low income folks, and they're disproportionately people of color and immigrants," Ainsworth said. 

"The people that I am most concerned for are the people who are already at risk of being surveilled by the states," she added. "The same people who get overly criminalized, and that's people of color and low income people in every context."  

Advocates call for privacy laws to safeguard against using data to target people considering abortions

Regardless of the Friday decision, Barnett said comprehensive privacy law was needed to ensure that people's data is safeguarded. People would not have to scramble to learn about operational security or their own digital safety if more comprehensive privacy laws were in place, according to Barnett.

"Privacy should not be an opt-in model or something that we as end-users have to strive for," she said. "It should just be on by default for everyone, for all apps." 

Abortion-rights and digital privacy advocates have issued a number of guides and best practices for safeguarding their data and minimizing their digital footprint. EFF recommends that people use internet browsers and search engines with a focus on privacy and data encryption, like DuckDuckGo. Barnett said encrypted texting apps, like Signal, are safer than other messaging apps and are useful for people beyond those in advocacy spaces.

People traveling to and from abortion protests or clinics should make sure they restrict their phone's location tracking settings and disable ad identifiers that follow them online, Barnett said. Setting data sharing standards, such as not sending images with identifying features, and using coded language when talking about abortion are all ways that Barnett said people can increase their safety. 

"We don't want people to become paralyzed with fear and not able to approach their operational security plans because of just simply being overwhelmed," Barnett said.

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Michael McFaul retweeted:
Ahead of the #G7Summit, the International Working Group on Russian Sanctions has issued a statement calling on the free world to support, enforce, and implement further #sanctions against #Russia for its war in #Ukraine.

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Prince Charles expresses sorrow over slavery

Britain's Prince Charles expressed deep sorrow over slavery in a speech to Commonwealth leaders in Rwanda on Friday (June 24) and acknowledged that the roots of the organisation lay in a painful period of history, alluding to the slave trade and colonialism.

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Lawmakers were quick to point to past statements by justices in which they said Roe v. Wade was settled precedent.

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Religious Americans are deeply divided in their views on abortion, and reactions from faith leaders ranged from elation to anger after the U.S. Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade, the landmark 1973 decision that made abortion legal nationwide. apnews.com/article/aborti…
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The Court’s originalist justification for striking down a New York gun law is more than capricious—it relies on a fundamentally anti-democratic historical record that deliberately excludes women and people of color.
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