CPR for Thursday, January 21, 2010

Canada’s privacy watchdogs turn spotlight on technology
But both the Jennifer Stoddart, the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and Ann Cavoukian, the Information and Privacy Officer of Ontario, think it can be

Musings of Frank Work, Alberta privacy commissioner
I just listened to an IT.ca seminar where Frank Work spoke about the current privacy landscape from his perspective. Some of his thoughts:

US asks EU to install body scanners at airports
“Our need for privacy connot justify invasion of privacy. Our citizens are not just objects, but they are human beings,” the incoming EU justice


Privacy is over. Here comes sociality.
by Tim Leberecht As widely discussed by privacy advocates and blogs, Facebook recently changed some of its privacy settings. Users are no longer able to

Controversial App Provides Background Checks On the Go
PC World
By Tony Bradley Online privacy is a constant and growing concern as the evolving landscape of Web sites and services erode the traditional expectations of

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