CPR for Friday, April 30, 2010

Statement: Appearance before the House of Commons Standing …
Statement by Jennifer Stoddart Privacy Commissioner of Canada. (Check against delivery). Introduction. Thank you for the opportunity to speak to your

Canada’s privacy boss setting rules for the world
National Post
Federal privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart is a veteran of online privacy wars as she nears the end of her seven-year term.

Jennifer Stoddart blazes a global trail for privacy protection
Globe and Mail
Canada’s Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart: “If we continued to only deal with the paper world we would lose our relevance to Canadians.

Release NB teen’s prison files, judge says
The request under the Privacy Act stemmed from concerns about allegations of: frequent segregation and transfers, mistreatment by prison staff,

Debate Continues Around Facebook Privacy Changes
NPR (blog)
“Why is the privacy policy of a privately owned entity their business anyway?” Steve Parks shared this sentiment when he added, “Oh good — the Senate’s

Facebook application raises privacy concerns
Toronto Star
“So if some of your friends are deadbeats, marketers may conclude you are a bad risk too,” Jules Polonetsky, director of the US based Future of Privacy

Facebook “eroding” privacy timeline, yikes
Seattle Times (blog)
If you’ve been trying to keep track of Facebook’s privacy policies, check out the “eroding privacy policy” timeline published by the Electronic Frontier

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