CPR for Tuesday, October 21, 2008

International Data Protection Authorities Call for Action to
Government of Canada Newsroom (press release) – Ottawa,ON,Canada
“Young people today are sophisticated users of the Internet, and they use this medium with ease and enthusiasm,” says Jennifer Stoddart, Canada’s Privacy

Ontario’s planned “enhanced driver’s licences” a potential privacy
Canada NewsWire (press release) – Toronto,Ontario,Canada
Oct. 20 /CNW Telbec/ – Ontario’s proposed enhanced driver’s licences (EDLs) and enhanced photo ID cards are a waste of money, pose significant privacy

New ID card threatens our privacy
Toronto Sun – Ontario, Canada
By ANTONELLA ARTUSO, QUEEN’S PARK BUREAU CHIEF Ontario’s information and privacy commissioner is warning a new enhanced driver’s licence to be used as proof

Ontario’s enhanced ID cards a potential ‘privacy nightmare’: critics
CKFR – Kelowna,BC,Canada
TORONTO – Ontario must prevent a potential “privacy nightmare” and cancel plans to develop high-tech photo identification cards and driver’s licences as a


Proper disposal of information a serious responsibility, says
Western Star – Corner Brook,Newfoundland and Labrador,Canada
The senior research and outreach advisor for the office of the privacy commissioner of Canada, told the Greater Corner Brook Board of Trade a trash can is

Threat to Privacy Online Extends Beyond Search Engines
IT Business Edge – Louisville,KY,USA
Google’s user privacy policies have caused individuals and businesses alike to focus on exactly what their search queries reveal about them, as well as how

New Nevada law designed to protect privacy is likely to create as
GCN.com – Washington,DC,USA
Privacy is a good thing, and encryption can be a powerful tool in preserving it. But the Nevada law is likely to create as many problems as it’s trying to

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