News for Monday, July 8, 2013

  • Here’s how changes to PIPEDA would work. t.co/5OMfL9i5wa ->
  • Businesses push for freedom to share personal data across borders. t.co/Uz1bz1SFY7 ->
  • RCMP conduct to be investigated after firearms seized in High River. t.co/lyGnhBmzu4 ->
  • New Argument in Forced-Decryption Case: Defendant's Memory Is a Ticking Clock. t.co/uL99adlzve ->
  • Google and Bell deny roles in mass surveillance of Canadians. t.co/22CenldctQ ->
  • Hacker Holes in Server Management System Allow 'Almost-Physical' Access. t.co/Dd8DB2w0uL ->
  • The Problem With the 'Privacy Moderates' – Conor Friedersdorf. t.co/oFHr0skggB ->
  • iOS 'Worse For Privacy Than Android', security firm claims. t.co/tgDfp2D4Jp ->
  • Right to privacy should stay strong in face of acts of terror. t.co/eKxE2DTPN6 ->
  • 8 Simple Online Privacy Tips Everyone Needs To Know. t.co/4RIqVcnS4Z ->
  • RT @wlpress: Want to see where your internet traffic really going? Countries your data travels through may surprise you: t.co/b7kWkE… ->
  • U.S. Economic Development Administration's overreaction to cyber attack highlights every agency's challenge. t.co/0JlrRF0F81 ->
  • U.S. Courts Can't Agree on Whether Cops Can Track Your Cell Without a Warrant. t.co/AudoT736Po ->
  • Facebook Graph Search Rolls Out This Week, Privacy Watchers Standing By. t.co/SgYKprUYQl ->
  • You May Not Like Weev, But Your Online Freedom Depends on His Appeal. t.co/obUEWexzEa ->

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