News for March 25, 2013

  • Google’s decision to scrap Reader influenced by the cost of privacy compliance trl.ca/l/1aa
  • Ad firms urge Firefox to rethink cookie ban – trl.ca/l/1a9
  • Canadian Privacy Law Doesn’t Apply to Government-Run Social Media Sites – trl.ca/l/1a8
  • Why the collision of big data and privacy will require a new realpolitik — trl.ca/l/1a7
  • How ‘Privacy’ Killed Google Reader – trl.ca/l/1a6
  • Federal department needs to ‘come clean’ about HRSDC data breach, NDP says trl.ca/l/1a5
  • Privacy 101: Skype Leaks Your Location — trl.ca/l/1a4
  • If you get an e-mail saying you’ve won $1-million, a red flag should go up – trl.ca/l/1a2
  • Border Services violated worker rights: advocacy group trl.ca/l/1a3
  • What the media is missing: Government privacy breaches trl.ca/l/1a1
  • Secrecy mars Elections Canada’s commitment to democracy trl.ca/l/1a0
  • Social networking sites don’t care about Canadian privacy laws, says researcher trl.ca/l/19z

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