CPR for Tuesday, July 29, 2008

Supreme Court upholds solicitor-client privilege
Law Times – Aurora,Ontario,Canada
“It is under consideration,” she tells Law Times, adding the privacy commissioner, currently Jennifer Stoddart, has “many other avenues” to test the

Academics ask privacy watchdog to probe online profiling practices
The Canadian Press – OTTAWA
OTTAWA — Academics concerned with new technology applications have asked the federal privacy commissioner to investigate online profiling of Internet users

Mapping out privacy concern
Canoe.ca – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
Google’s announcement that the Street View feature will eventually be available on its maps of Canada prompted privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart to

Private medical data exposed
Atlanta Journal Constitution – GA, USA
The privacy rules were fully implemented in 2003, but few fines have been assessed under the law, experts said. While the insurer said it was still

Cuil Challenges Google With Privacy
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
Cuil’s privacy policy actually promises privacy: “When you search with Cuil, we do not collect any personally identifiable information, period.

New Search Engine ‘Cuil’ is a Cool Search for Privacy
Associated Content – Denver,CO,USA
manage to navigate their way to Cuil.com, the new search engine offers a measure of utility not found with the big three SEs, including user privacy.

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