CPR for Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Bell denies it invades privacy of Internet users
The Gazette (Montreal) – Quebec,Canada
Bell Canada has denied it violates the privacy of its Internet customers by peeking into the contents of their data. In its latest submission to the CRTC,
Users should enjoy privacy
Journal Times – Racine,WI,USA
The court edict has prompted headlines like “Privacy protections disappear with a judge’s order.” Enraged users of YouTube, the world’s third-most popular
RPT-UPDATE 1-Lawyers in YouTube lawsuit reach user privacy deal
Reuters – USA
Privacy activists from the Electronic Frontier Foundation and other groups argued in response that the order “threatens to expose deeply private
Privacy rights workshop: Protection of rights to individual
Daily Times – Lahore,Pakistan
By Atif Khan ISLAMABAD: Lack of awareness of privacy rights among masses and absence of legislation to protect these rights has not served much to improve

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