News for February 28, 2013

  • “lifebits” – The Google Glass feature no one is talking about.
  • Pseudonymised data processing without consent should be permitted under data protection reforms, says MEPs.
  • Should the US have a national biometric ID card?
  • The Promise and Peril of the ‘Data-Driven Society’
  • Visa Canada finds younger Canadians taking risks with their financial information.
  • Google to Apple Gird for FTC-Led Mobile-Privacy Crackdown.
  • Supreme Court throws out NSA surveillance case.
  • General, Overbroad “Agreement” Does Not Permit Reference Check on Disabled Child.
  • Facebook to Partner With Acxiom, Epsilon to Match Store Purchases With User Profiles | Digital – Advertising Age.
  • French Tax Proposal Tackles Data Harvest by Google and Facebook.
  • Investigation into massive HRSDC data breach widens to Justice Department.
  • IAB Blasts New Firefox Policy to Block Third-Party Cookies.
  • Considerations for Litigation Counsel Responding to Requests for Personal Information.
  • Google and Spain wrestle over EU privacy law.
  • Why Does Privacy Matter? One Scholar’s Answer – Jathan Sadowski.

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