News for February 27, 2013

  • PEI Provincial Government Mistake Leads To Breach Of Student Privacy.
  • A Duty to Patch? FTC Settles First Case Against a Mobile Device Manufacturer.
  • Home address privacy ruling prompts legal scramble .
  • Federal privacy watchdog’s probe of HRSDC data breach widens to second federal department.
  • More universities use drones for research, but privacy concerns remain.
  • How a dog and some chocolate biscuits reveal an identity crisis in America.
  • Consent – the silver bullet?
  • Online Privacy in Canada: Youth Oversharing Financial Info, Visa Poll Finds.
  • US Supreme Court Thwarts Challenge to Warrantless Surveillance.
  • DNA Privacy Goes to the US Supreme Court.
  • Lloyds insurer ponders offering privacy breach response in Canada.
  • The key to Facebook’s ad targeting may not be Facebook data.
  • Google’s New Battle With Europe: Who Will Win?
  • Cautionary Tale for the Helpful Employee.
  • iPhone search warrant shows just how much information is on a cellphone.

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