News for Thursday, July 4, 2013

  • Canadians see Snowden as whistleblower, but many welcome targeted terrorist surveillance. t.co/cSTZGjOSZX ->
  • 'Serious deficencies' blamed for 3 British Columbia health data breaches. t.co/H30AoW9CvG ->
  • How Ontario faces big data privacy challenges. t.co/Fqntodelf9 ->
  • Privacy debate looms as Canada prepares to share bank data with U.S. t.co/zKga0CQ1j0 ->
  • Twitter toying with more tailored ads aimed at protecting users' privacy. t.co/4pLQFmboK7 ->
  • Google Glass Explainer Too Little for Privacy-Sensitive Congressman. t.co/E6Z8rqLvcA ->
  • Health Ministry privacy measures ‘deficient,’ says B.C. watchdog Elizabeth Denham. t.co/x89f44SZGT ->
  • Ann Cavoukian: privacy commissioner’s job ‘my life’s work’. t.co/lWoZ5flNna ->
  • Quebec court sides with federal government over gun registry data. t.co/1G4v44njMh ->
  • Canadian cop claims he didn’t know cyber-stalking was illegal. t.co/X4v5TTDCeQ ->

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