News for Monday, June 10, 2013

  • Data-Driven Tech Industry Is Shaken by Online Privacy Fears. t.co/ooEQ64TDSt ->
  • What does Ontario’s Privacy Commissioner think of U.S. web surveillance? – ‘Inescapable, how inappropriate this is’. t.co/usvOK0IRV2 ->
  • Canada’s privacy watchdogs silent on NSA program that could be violating the rights of millions. t.co/6pG5jZxZno ->
  • Canada is part of the eavesdropping network. t.co/lsxDn9xOkv ->
  • Online privacy policies decoded by University of Victoria team. t.co/7ArJ74Q037 ->
  • RT @torproject: Our thoughts on NSA PRISM and Tor, t.co/Wn72Y5bE7P #tor ->
  • Canadians are not safe from U.S. online surveillance, expert says. t.co/itreYKtIWs ->
  • Are federal spy agencies monitoring Canadians’ communications? t.co/E7rMmJaLqK ->
  • Man behind NSA leaks says he did it to safeguard privacy, liberty. t.co/BQj7CJydFP ->
  • Businesses that accept Bitcoin may risk privacy problems. t.co/LbCRA65QQa ->
  • Michael Geist – Why Canadians Should Be Demanding Answers About Secret Surveillance Programs. t.co/Yn5jItnkU2 ->
  • Washington knows what you do online – and Canadians aren’t above it. t.co/ixgYZDU2Rb ->
  • U.S. PRISM surveillance program puts Canada’s privacy czar on alert. t.co/ewpPyaxmXv ->
  • EFF’s Peter Eckersley On ‘Clever’ PRISM Denials, Fighting FISA, And Why Privacy Matters. t.co/ZBmH9Z5FNQ ->
  • What does Prism tell us about privacy protection? t.co/TNISjacxHd ->

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