CPR for Wednesday, July 2, 2008

EU and US are close to pact on terror and privacy
The Associated Press –
BRUSSELS, Belgium (AP) — Privacy rights vs. terror fights: The EU and the United States are close to agreeing on how to protect personal and private data

EU, US near deal on privacy rights
Forbes – NY,USA
By CONSTANT BRAND 07.02.08, 12:01 PM ET Privacy rights vs. terror fights: The EU and the United States are close to agreeing on how to protect personal and

Our Paradoxical Attitudes Towards Privacy
New York Times – United States
By Brad Stone We all cherish our privacy. Then we go and divulge everything about ourselves on Facebook, sprinkle our Social Security number like pixie dust

Privacy Policies Only as Good as the People Enforcing Them
Slashdot – USA
Techdirt is reporting that while we all know privacy policies may not matter much in the grand scheme of things, a recent study shows that it may be even

Powercomm Suspected of Abusing Privacy
코리아타임즈 – South Korea
By Kim Tong-hyung The Korean Communication Commission (KCC) is looking into suspicions that LG Powercomm, a high-speed Internet provider, abused the private

FISA non-compromise rewards law-breaking, invades privacy
St. Louis Post-Dispatch – MO, United States
It needlessly sacrifices the protection of the privacy of innocent Americans. And it is an abdication of the Senate’s duty to stand up for the rule of law.

Australia’s new Privacy Laws?
Secure Computing – Australia
By David Kaplan is the Head Security Architect at earthwave Privacy and the need for it is not new, however, technology and resultant new ways we

Too Much Privacy Is A Health Hazard
Newsweek – USA
Threats to our medical privacy are proliferating as technology speeds the flow of information–and people are fighting back.

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