CPR for Tuesday, April 6, 2010

State Farm challenges Canada’s privacy law in court
Toronto Star
By Michael Geist, Internet Law Columnist – Later this month, the Federal Court of Canada will hear a case in Halifax that threatens Canada’s privacy law

BC government failing to meet privacy law, committee told
By Andrew MacLeod April 1, 2010 10:28 am Acting Information and Privacy Commissioner Paul Fraser yesterday criticized the British Columbia government for

Canadian Official Stumps for ‘Privacy by Design’ with US Officials
Ann Cavoukian, the information and privacy commissioner for Ontario province, said late. Wednesday at a Stanford Law School forum that she had received

Cameras make Chicago most closely watched US city
The Associated Press
While critics decry the network as the biggest of Big Brother invasions of privacy, most Chicago residents accept them as a fact of life in a city that has

Facebook users lose privacy to developers when they add new applications
New York Daily News
Facebook announced in January that 35% of its estimated 400 million users had fixed their privacy settings following a December Facebook change that meant

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