CPR for Friday, July 25, 2008

Drug-impaired drivers to face roadside testing
Ottawa Citizen – Ontario, Canada
Federal Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart and the Canadian Bar Association have also raised alarm bells. Testing is already taking place in Quebec,

Commissioner Ann Cavoukian sending teams to three Ontario cities
Canada NewsWire (press release) – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
TORONTO, July 24 /CNW/ – Dr. Ann Cavoukian, Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, is sending teams to three cities on Monday, September 29,

School board broke privacy law in computer theft case: report
CBC.ca – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
The largest school board in Newfoundland and Labrador breached privacy legislation, according to a ruling made in the wake of computer thefts from the

Embarq pressured by House politicians over NebuAd
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
Last week, Markey convened a hearing in which politicians assailed NebuAd for alleged privacy violations, calling its opt-out practices “contemptible” and

American data pimper exposes ad equation
Register – London,England,UK
But Dykes insisted his system maintains user privacy by anonymizing IP addresses and offering an opt-out. Earlier in the week, Markey and fellow Congressmen

Study warns of patient privacy problems with blogs
Government Health IT – Falls Church,VA,USA
By Brian Robinson The recent explosion of blogs written by medical professionals is creating problems for patient privacy, according to a recent Robert Wood

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