News for March 14, 2013

  • Compliance with U.S. tax law may violate Canada’s Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • Yes, Google Glass will work with prescription lenses.
  • When Non-Profit Organizations Are Subject to Alberta Privacy Law.
  • BYOD Threats Concern British Privacy Regulator.
  • Doctors allowed to give medical files to private firms.
  • Mobile Apps Put Users’ Privacy at Risk, EU Regulators Say.
  • Public info classed as secret legal advice, Newfoundland and Labrador watchdog says.
  • US Senate committee hearings to address drone privacy issues and targeted killings.
  • Genetic Alliance Launches Disease Registry, Reg4All.
  • Every click you make: feds consider how closely they’ll watch Canadians online.
  • I Want Frictionless Privacy.
  • Privacy backlash against CISPA U.S. cybersecurity bill gains traction.
  • Want your medical records? Be prepared to pay – a lot.
  • Privacy audits required of Internet firms.
  • Google Focuses on Privacy After Street View Settlement.
  • Surveillance cameras raise privacy issues in Saskatchewan.
  • Harvard Offers Explanation for Search of E-Mail Accounts.
  • Many Alberta firms ignoring privacy laws, says FOIP office.
  • Domestic Drones Allow For New Forms Of Privacy Invasion: ACLU.
  • Franken presses Euclid for information on consumer tracking technology.
  • Privacy fine puts spotlight on Google’s Street View practices.

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