News for March 18, 2013

  • Over 420,000 insecure devices used to survey IPv4 Net .
  • Forget privacy – it’s conversation Google is killing.
  • Mobile apps cause privacy concern for parents.
  • Internet’s ‘bad neighbourhoods’ spread scams and spam.
  • Thesis research which informed the BBC’s “Internet bad neighborhoods” story.
  • Opinion: Privacy was good while it lasted.
  • America’s surveillance society: highlighting the burgeoning uses of data-collecting drones.
  • This Week in Tech: US House to examine email privacy rules.
  • The surveillance society: Political and corporate leaders exercise ever-proliferating tools.
  • Hey Internet, where’s the outrage? Is innovation > civil liberties?
  • Privacy in the mobile age? You’re doing it wrong, say EU regulators.
  • Alberta Health Services scolded for citing privacy in withholding name of harassing hospital worker.
  • The Internet is a surveillance state: Opinion by Bruce Schneier.
  • Data retention, governance and privacy: is 100% privacy possible?
  • Canada hypocritical on Internet freedom says expert: Report claims cybersecurity strategies outdated.
  • US Federal Judge Finds National Security Letters Unconstitutional, Bans Them.
  • Fear of Facebook: 7 free apps that guard your privacy.
  • B.C. Privacy Commissioner Addresses Employer Monitoring Of Corporate Vehicle Use.
  • Chinese “one-child” officials publish list of contraceptives used by local families.
  • A Guide to Facebook’s Privacy Options.
  • Getting Ready For Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL).
  • CISPA: Who’s For It And Who’s Against It?
  • Smart Homes: Our Next Digital Privacy Nightmare.
  • Documents lift veil on cyber-security web behind Canadian government firewalls.
  • Increased spy access to Americans’ banking data raises privacy concerns.
  • Trade group: Firefox’s cookie limits would hurt small businesses.
  • Workplace needs privacy policy.
  • Social media life: What privacy?
  • UK government still wants Snooper’s Charter ‘at earliest possible opportunity’.
  • Mother speaks out after foster parent posts photos of her kids online.
  • One-click app installation may not be enough to amount to personal data processing consent.
  • Facebook quickly fixes privacy leak in new timeline, group says.

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