CPR for Thursday, May 15, 2008

Google Fuzzes Out Faces In Street View Privacy Issue
eBrandz – Mumbai,Maharashtra,India
Google Street View has long been picked on for invading people’s privacy that has led the world’s number one search provider to fuzz out the faces of people

Federal Security: Welcome But Too Secret

Forbes – NY,USA
Is security or privacy more important? Is it possible to balance the two? Add your thoughts in the Reader Comments section below.

The Cost Of Privacy
Forbes – NY,USA
Privacy advocates rightly point out that such monitoring will involve looking at the content of messages as well as the “envelopes” that carry the messages.

Groups Push for Inclusion of Privacy Protections in E-Rx Bill
iHealthBeat – Oakland,CA,USA
The Coalition for Patient Privacy and 25 of its member organizations have sent a letter to Congress urging it not pass legislation requiring electronic

Tax privacy nightmares come true
SmartCompany.com.au – Melbourne,Victoria,Australia
If you lived in Italy, you would probably already know, after a recent tax privacy catastrophe saw the nation’s tax details released to the public.

Most don’t know personal data can be sold
San Francisco Chronicle – CA, USA
Whether online shoppers are more accustomed to reading privacy policies or are just more suspicious, Hoofnagle said he didn’t know.

Privacy – who needs it on the net?
St George & Sutherland Shire Leader – Sydney,NSW,Australia
Janice Yeung, 16, Bexley, student: “I never really worry about my privacy when using internet forums. You feel fairly anonymous and it’s not something I

Health Buzz: Mammograms, Privacy Breaches, and Other Health News
U.S. News & World Report – Washington,DC,USA
Mammography can detect only about half of all breast cancers in women with dense breast tissue, Deborah Kotz reports. But by combining a mammogram with

Bell Canada chokes P2P and privacy?
Register – London,England,UK
An ISP throttling your peer-to-peer traffic while stepping on your privacy. Late last week, the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic (CIPPIC)

Bell Canada Accused Of Privacy Violations
MediaPost Publications – New York,USA
by Wendy Davis, Wednesday, May 14, 2008 7:00 AM ET A public interest group in Canada has filed a complaint asking the country’s privacy commissioner to

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