CPR for Monday, December 15, 2008

Reconnect and reveal? Facebook study highlights contrast between
Canada.com – Don Mills,Ontario,Canada
Young people worry more about their online privacy than their reputation suggests, new Canadian research reveals – but Facebook’s peculiar social scene and

Banks drop, tech firms rise in privacy trust rankings
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
When it comes to protecting consumer privacy, Americans in general trust financial institutions less than they did a year ago and tech firms mor

Privacy: On Doing No Harm
MediaPost Publications – New York,USA
by Steve Smith, 3 minutes ago The launch of the AT&T-backed Future of Privacy Forum last month (see our own interview with principal Joel Polonetsky here

Who’s Tracking You?
Washington Post – United States
Even those who take the time to read a Web site’s privacy policy may not realize how many companies have access to their data. That’s because most Web sites

8th Annual Year in Ideas – Less Privacy Means Less Discrimination
New York Times – United States
An invasion of privacy? By many standards, yes, but consider current practice, Strahilevitz argued in a pair of articles this year in the law reviews of

Board: DHS system doesn’t guarantee privacy
FCW.com – Falls Church,VA,USA
The Homeland Security Department’s privacy policy for its Einstein intrusion-detection system that monitors government computer network gateways doe
s not

Sony Settles Online Privacy Case for $1 Million
PC Magazine – USA
by PCMag.com Staff The suit, filed earlier this week, said that Sony improperly collected, maintained and disclosed personal information from thousands of

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