CPR for Thursday, February 4, 2010

Video encryption technology stops Big Brother from peeping

its surface and subway vehicles and platforms. That pilot project comes thanks to the not-so-gentle prodding of Ontario Privacy Commissioner Ann Cavoukian.

A Conversation with Frank Work Alberta’s Information and Privacy

Thanks to Commissioner Work for agreeing to engage in this online Q & A conversation If you’d like to learn more about Frank Work the Office of the

Privacy questioned after Weyburn woman receives inmate’s psych

Gary Dickson, the province’s privacy commissioner, was concerned about the incident, but not surprised. His office is investigating 376 privacy violations.

Google to enlist NSA to help it ward off cyberattacks

Privacy advocates, concerned about a repeat of the NSA’s warrantless interception of Americans’ phone calls and e-mails after the Sept.

Google’s biggest enemy: Europe, not China

In fact, Italy seems to be ground zero for anti-Google sentiment, with the company on trial there for defamation and privacy violations related to the

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