CPR for Wednesday, September 23, 2009

7 Things To Know Before Logging on for Counseling
U.S. News & World Report
A crucial part of face-to-face therapy is informing patients about confidentiality and privacy up front, which includes addressing the exceptions to
Real-time Web keeps social networkers connected
USA Today
This hyper-connectedness is fueled by the rise in social media and distinguished by quick, short communication and, increasingly, an absence of privacy.
Bank snafu sets up privacy clash with Google
San Jose Mercury News
By Howard Mintz A Wyoming bank’s wayward e-mail into the great maw of Google’s Gmail system has stirred up quite a privacy clash in San Jose federal court.
New iPod Nano Raises Privacy Concerns for Health Clubs
Fitness Business Pro
By Stephanie Bloyd, senior associate editor Citing privacy concerns, Life Time Fitness says the new iPod Nano will be banned from its club locker rooms.
Privacy groups blast new health care notification rule
SC Magazine US
The new health care data breach notification law, which is set to go into effect Wednesday, has drawn harsh criticism from privacy advocates.
Privacy Breach: Med Students Twitter About Patients
Ensuring that students are aware of privacy settings on social networking sites is another. At UCLA, Parker has assigned a task force, which includes
ISPs And Privacy
MediaPost Publications
After Danny Sullivan and John Battelle mentioned Google on stage, the discussion inevitably turned to privacy. An audience member wanted to know if Google

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