CPR for Thursday, September 11, 2008

Social networking sites raise privacy concerns
Calgary Herald – AB, Canada
“People my age aren’t worried about privacy issues, because we’re so used to having everything about ourselves on the Internet,” says the Oromocto, NB,

Holiday wish both baffling and bothersome
Globe and Mail – Canada
Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart concluded after a brief investigation that there was no violation of federal privacy legislation for the simple

IE8 Beta 2 contains Google-style keystroke logger
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
One privacy expert said that was a “huge difference.” According to IE8’s revised privacy statement, Microsoft’s beta browser contains a new feature,

Checking Your Privacy at the Border
ABC News – USA
But there is another reason to think twice before planning a quick weekend jaunt to Mexico — your privacy. The amount of information the government

EU welcomes Google move to cut data retention time
Reuters – USA
The Internet search giant has come under pressure from European data protection officials to do more to protect the privacy of users visiting its sites.

Irate Ark. man posts county e-mail records in privacy fight
Computerworld – Framingham,MA,USA
By Jaikumar Vijayan September 10, 2008 (Computerworld) An Arkansas resident is posting the internal e-mail records of various officials in the Pulaski

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