News for Friday, June 7, 2013

  • Cloaking technique makes data transmission invisible. t.co/rdsoOngUyZ ->
  • Federal Privacy Commissioner stresses significance of online reputation and business accountability in digital age. t.co/E8uSN5x0Ot ->
  • Canadian Taxpayers Federation Disgusted With Gutting of Bill C-461. t.co/XvNw2kdVGg ->
  • Personal information law becoming archaic, says federal privacy watchdog. t.co/ZFV1TrHtnk ->
  • U.S. defends secretly gathering private data on foreign nationals from Internet companies like Google and Facebook. t.co/7kARNp6BiU ->
  • Update: Dismayed Conservatives address news of Edmonton MP’s resignation from caucus. t.co/XW5Eew337J ->
  • Stoddart: Bill C-461 no significant privacy risk relative to the goal of transparency & the broader public interest. t.co/sSZGINaoTF ->
  • Supreme Court to decide if labour unions are entitled to the contact information of non-members. t.co/NLxaWHCi5S ->
  • “Girls Gone Wild” founder angry over invasion of his sexual privacy. t.co/TadCeFSbXv #LOL ->

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