CPR for Monday, January 5, 2009

Year In Review: Jumping on the cloud computing bandwagon
IT World Canada Blogs – Scarborough,Ontario,Canada
Ontario Information and Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian released a report, in May, detailing concerns about using third-parties to host data on the Web,

School buses may be wired for surveillance: privacy experts warn
The Canadian Press – EDMONTON
But some privacy experts say the cameras don’t always discourage misbehaving and represent a possible invasion of student privacy.

School bus rides safer
Edmonton Sun – Alberta, Canada
But some privacy experts argued that the cameras give people a false sense of security, and cited concerns over invasion of privacy.

Privacy fears over new powers for police to hack your PC
Sunday Mirror – UK
Privacy campaigners protested furiously yesterday after it was revealed police are to get new powers to hack into home computers. EU ministers want to make

Friended by Mom and Dad on Facebook
ABC News – USA
Some students are trying to keep their parents from joining Facebook so they maintain their privacy. Many Facebook users already know that employers,

A funny thing happened on the way to a birthday greeting
CNET News – San Francisco,CA,USA
But still, I value my privacy and have no intention of revealing a piece of information that is very useful to anyone wishing to do harm with it.


Panel proposes expanded privacy in public records
DesMoinesRegister.com – Des Moines,IA,USA
Public concern heightened this year when privacy advocates complained about a land records site, IowaLandRecords.org. The Social Security numbers of

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