CPR for Thursday, October 29, 2009

Facebook hasn’t addressed dead users issue: Stoddart
CTV.ca – Scarborough,ON,Canada
but a spokeswoman for privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart says the site isn’t Stoddart wants to ensure that users realize that their personal

What Happens to Your Facebook After You Die?
Canadian privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart investigated the company in July and issued a report that asked Facebook to explain certain areas of its

Facebook hasn’t addressed concerns about deceased users: privacy
iNews880.com – Edmonton,Alberta,Canada
dealt with the accounts of deceased users, but a spokeswoman for privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart says the site isn’t really doing anything new.

Facebook pages of the dead live on
Canada.com – Don Mills,Ontario,Canada
Jennifer Stoddart announced that Facebook will add “significant new privacy safeguards” over a one-year period to bring the site into compliance with

Election changes included in new omnibus bill
Owen Sound Sun Times – Owen Sound,Ontario,Canada
a recommendation of Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian who found crown attorneys were routinely violating the privacy of jurors by attempting to unearth

Banning Facebook, Twitter at work can backfire, says Ontario
ITBusiness.ca – Scarborough,Ontario,Canada
work isn’t a good idea, according to Ontario privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian. “I think it’s a mistake,” the privacy commissioner told ITBusiness.ca.

FBI investigation rules raise privacy concerns
Sarasota Herald-Tribune
Those rules, and others, have alarmed privacy advocates. “It raises fundamental questions about whether a domestic intelligence agency can protect civil

Loosening of FBI Rules Stirs Privacy Concerns
New York Times
But the manual’s details have alarmed privacy advocates. One section lays out a low threshold to start investigating a person or group as a potential … 

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