CPR for Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Privacy issues go public
Edmonton Sun
By ELIZABETH THOMPSON, NATIONAL BUREAU Think Facebook is the only social network site with privacy problems? Think again, says a study commissioned by

Privacy Commissioner Probes Jury Background Checks
580 CFRA Radio – Ottawa,Ontario,Canada
Ann Cavoukian launched an investigation after reports Crown Attorneys in Barrie, Windsor and Thunder Bay convinced police to do background checks on jury

Privacy commissioner to take Ont. government to task for jury
The Canadian Press – TORONTO
checks on prospective jurors, Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian will report Monday following an investigation by her office into the illegal practice.
Microsoft warns of Hotmail privacy breach
Software giant Microsoft has urged hundreds of millions of its Hotmail users to change their passwords after a privacy violation has resulted in users’
The Canadian Press

Privacy commissioner orders Ont. Crown attorneys to stop jury
The Canadian Press
Cavoukian said it’s a civic duty to serve on a jury, and the government should not be making people fear an invasion of their privacy by having

AHIMA floats privacy ‘bill of rights’
Government Health IT
By Brian Robinson The American Health Information Management Association (AHIMA) is looking to bridge what it sees as a yawning gap in health privacy
IU Center receives NIH grant to improve privacy protection in
Indiana University
The IU-led project assembles a blue-ribbon panel of experts in medical research, privacy, security, law, ethics, and patient advocacy from eleven national
Globe and Mail

Ontario privacy czar flags illegal juror checks
Globe and Mail
Ann Cavoukian, Ph.D, is the Commissioner for Information and Privacy of Ontario; in Toronto, Friday, September 19, 2002. GLOBE AND MAIL TORONTO — The


Erin Andrews statement in peephole video plot and arrest of
It is now clear that she was the victim of stalking and invasion of privacy at more than one location. She was not a random victim.

Privacy issue raised in crash forms feud
Houston Chronicle
“It just doesn’t make sense to me to provide something that the law does not require … particularly when it invades people’s privacy in their home.

In the privacy of your hotel room – how protected are you?
The recent news about ESPN’s Erin Andrews and the man who took peephole nude videos of her in her private hotel puts the concept of privacy in a public

Ontario privacy chief to rap province for jury checks
Globe and Mail
Crown prosecutors and police in several Ontario communities conducted secret background checks on prospective jurors, Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian

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