News for March 13, 2013

  • Be wary of free Wi-Fi while on vacation, security experts warn.
  • Researchers Find 25 Countries Using Surveillance Software.
  • Meet Memoto, the Lifelogging Camera.
  • Suits against ‘rent-to-own’ giant Aaron’s suggest larger privacy concerns.
  • Canadian Internet privacy bill C-12 long overdue for overhaul: critics.
  • Google Glass: Expect widespread usage bans over privacy concerns.
  • DNA hack could make medical privacy impossible.
  • B.C. Privacy Commissioner issues warning to ‘Common Sense’ group.
  • Lawsuit charges US Education Department with violating student privacy rights.
  • More Privacy Perils: Facebook Data Is Greater Than The Sum Of Your Likes.
  • Canadian Spam Regulations continue to Draw Comment.
  • ‘Like’ it or not, privacy has changed in the Facebook age.
  • Google Admits Street View Project Violated Privacy.
  • How much privacy do you expect from your workplace email?

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