CPR for Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Two-Thirds of Americans Object to Online Tracking
New York Times
Privacy advocates are telling Congress and the Federal Trade Commission that tracking of online activities by Web sites and advertisers has gone too far,
Panel to vote on data privacy measure
Nextgov
Mary Bono Mack, R-Calif., that would regulate peer-to-peer programs and educate consumers about privacy and security risks associated with file-sharing.
Retrievable iPhone numbers mean potential privacy issues
Macworld
Seeing as there are few things I hate as much as unsolicited phone calls—well, maybe unexpected nuts in cookies—I’d call this is a serious privacy concern.
Tennessee gave doctors wrong fax number in privacy breach
The Tennessean
Debi Buttram says medical privacy laws are useless. Buttram moved to Murfreesboro from Indiana after experiencing a security breach at a hospital several

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