CPR Friday Roundup, June 25, 2010

From the CPR tweetstream (@cproundup):

  • Apple advises users how location data can be used | CNET News bit.ly/91Ohn8
  • Privacy Change: Apple Knows Where Your Phone Is And Is Telling People – The Consumerist bit.ly/bKJMJ5
  • Why You’re Going To Give In And Start Using Foursquare And Groupon Whether You Like It Or Not – bit.ly/d23SnY
  • Study reveals bug factor in Foursquare, Gowalla and Brightkite | ZDNet bit.ly/978llv
  • Woman alleging Rogers exposed her affair says others have had privacy breached – The Globe and Mail bit.ly/c9xC6w
  • Illinois Joins in Google Street View Privacy Investigation | NBC Chicago bit.ly/bikiVV
  • France claims success in Google privacy breach bit.ly/9gLSiw
  • Canadians form adulterers’ privacy campaign • The Register bit.ly/bFvqYh
  • Privacy czar raises alarm on smart meter data – thestar.com bit.ly/9tW5pb
  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada » Rethinking youthprivacy.ca bit.ly/95qczN
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner – Report A-2010-008 Released bit.ly/bi3ogd

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