CPR for Thursday, March 25, 2010

2 suspended for violating NL patient privacy
CBC.ca
Two employees with the province’s largest health authority have been suspended without pay for snooping through private medical records.

EFF: Internet’s security, privacy flaws need attention
ZDNet
One interesting suggestion is that users of social media websites should have the option of paying to maintain their privacy. Google was used as an example

UK airport worker warned in scanner ogling claim
Reuters
Opponents of scanners have argued since their introduction that they risked breaching individuals’ rights to privacy. Britain’s Equality and Human Rights

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