News for Wednesday, June 26, 2013

  • The NSA’s military-technological complex should concern us all. t.co/63YepsOb9H ->
  • Eavesdropping agency’s personal information banks go unlisted despite legal obligation. t.co/X9QNJSiiwl ->
  • Surveillance society: 7 ways you’re being watched, and didn’t know it. t.co/K7cL0N5doI ->
  • LifeLabs loses personal info for 16,100 Kamloops patients. t.co/eqAWb1I774 ->
  • Poor data-breach tracking, reporting concerns federal privacy commissioner. t.co/xihZql1e6u ->
  • NSA, Prism and Internet Exchange Points in Canada. t.co/A3i6CM7nHs ->
  • Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory’s colorectal cancer screening program forms missing. t.co/N5rQJQYzqv ->
  • Canada’s anti-spam law could be canned by government: Geist. t.co/7Sv4fUCpff ->
  • Privacy rights in Saskatchewan lag rest of West, report says. t.co/sJ6Wtvly9Q ->
  • Redundant mask law robs activists of powerful symbols. t.co/rstnWICQjT ->
  • Canadian workers unaware of company security rules: Poll. t.co/tMvit0U1cL ->
  • Editorial: Saskatchewan lags on info access, privacy. t.co/LwVN5EWqAA ->
  • Nerd farm no more: Speech offers rare glimpse into eavesdropping agency. t.co/bQlokf4RN0 ->
  • Saskatchewan Information and Privacy Commissioner issues 2012-2013 Annual Report [pdf] t.co/t53bZsSjLo ->
  • Many iPhone Apps Ignore Apple’s Privacy Advice, Study Says | MIT Technology Review t.co/flvR25ucDw ->
  • Analysis shows better protocols needed after privacy breaches. t.co/O3YCwHhQEY ->
  • Alberta government wants your input on its privacy act. t.co/R0ZvKuVmhA ->
  • Commissioner says Saskatchewan failing to protect privacy. t.co/R4hWnaSOCr ->
  • Privacy watchdog says it’s ‘ludicrous’ for Liberals to say emails must be deleted; McGuinty calls rules ‘confusing’. t.co/gnHAqdoUf8 ->

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