Editorial: Weighing in on Ontario’s new jury rules
Law Times – Aurora,Ontario,Canada
The move is somewhat surprising given that it was less than two months ago that Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian issued a highly critical report on the

Internet providers to monitor for child porn: Are you afraid your privacy may
By POV The federal Conservative government plans to introduce legislation this week requiring internet service providers to take a more active role in

Your Comments: Facebook faceoff
Facebook was the catalyst for two big Canadian news stories this week, as the popular social networking site continues to ignite debate about privacy issues  

Smart grids drag utilities into the swamp of online privacy
The smart grid is rapidly becoming a reality in the US, as utilities have been installing networked monitoring and control equipment, both in their own

Google Books Settlement 2.0: Evaluating Privacy
EFF (blog)
Another down-side to the proposed settlement is its lack of adequate protections for reader privacy. And although EFF has repeatedly written about the

Health gets personal in the cloud – O’Reilly Radar
By Brian Ahier
I’m no fool about this – almost two years ago I wrote the totally skeptical What’s next, Google Health? about privacy concerns, ulterior motives, etc. But a year later I wrote I’m putting my data in Google Health. Why?  

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