News for March 4, 2013

  • Jennifer Stoddart: Canada’s best privacy commissioner? http://trl.ca/l/15v
  • DHS built domestic surveillance tech into Predator drones: “must be able to detect whether a civilian is armed”. http://trl.ca/l/15r
  • As ‘Do Not Track’ Effort Seems to Stall, Web Companies Race to Look Privacy-Friendly. http://trl.ca/l/15q
  • Hearings set for privacy charges | North Bay Nugget http://trl.ca/l/15o
  • 416 days? The time taken to discover and deal with data breaches can often differ. http://trl.ca/l/15p
  • K-12 student database jazzes tech startups but spooks parents. http://trl.ca/l/15n
  • LCBO ordered to destroy liquor club records over privacy complaint. http://trl.ca/l/15m
  • CISPA: Experts agree, private info not needed for sharing cyber threats with gov’t. http://trl.ca/l/15l
  • In the Tracking Wars, It’s Browser Makers vs. Advertisers. http://trl.ca/l/15k
  • Evernote Resets User Passwords After Hack. http://trl.ca/l/15j

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