News for April 4, 2013

  • Q&A: How web apps undermine privacy. trl.ca/l/1bs
  • Google Takes on Rare Fight Against National Security Letter. trl.ca/l/1bx
  • Anonymous hacks North Korea’s Twitter and Flickr accounts. trl.ca/l/1bw
  • Secret Files Expose Offshore’s Global Impact. trl.ca/l/1bv
  • Blog: Despite best efforts, report suggests risk of data loss remains at HRSDC. trl.ca/l/1bu
  • Possible “Pierre Poutine” Charged. trl.ca/l/1bt
  • (Yet another revised) Facebook Privacy Settings Guide. t.co/sWihK0h6m9
  • Latest Version of Firefox Brings Better Privacy Controls. trl.ca/l/1bq
  • Google Is In Privacy Trouble In Europe Again, May Cost Them A Whopping Two Minutes In Fines. trl.ca/l/1bp
  • Can Commercial VPNs Really Protect Your Privacy? trl.ca/l/1bo
  • Retailers Using Databases to Track Worker Thefts. trl.ca/l/1bn
  • Toronto baby wrongly pronounced dead shows need to rethink privacy laws: Editorial. trl.ca/l/1bm
  • Massive data leak exposes offshore financial secrets. trl.ca/l/1bl

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