News for Thursday, August 15, 2013

  • Gmail: You weren't really expecting privacy, were you? t.co/WSxVoK6aeI ->
  • Doctor lost control of patient records. t.co/FnWIkzlcXm ->
  • Many privacy policies are long, complex. t.co/4NPqysyqNX ->
  • Metro Vancouver project monitors private cellphones to track traffic jams. t.co/GFzUty71fr ->
  • Police cameras violate privacy guidelines. t.co/8pASONyxUg ->
  • A&W, Bell Media rapped over internet privacy policies. t.co/WktUJMJuGs ->
  • Glass not a privacy threat, Google tells Canada's privacy commissioners. t.co/bUT6V0i4gV ->
  • Norfolk General Hospital fires nurse for privacy breach. t.co/r4xf2YJYKM ->
  • Google: You have no privacy in Gmail, and you shouldn’t expect it. t.co/bk2N2OXEwo ->
  • Office of the Privacy Commissioner: Initial results from our Internet Privacy Sweep: The Good, The Bad, and The Ugly. t.co/b7CpPOgOrQ ->
  • The false expectation of privacy isn’t a Google problem — it’s an e-mail problem. t.co/XaFa61KWFo ->
  • Global Internet Sweep finds significant privacy policy shortcomings. t.co/jFjhbeg2h3 ->
  • 10 Dirty Little Secrets Email Lead List Vendors Don’t Want You To Know. t.co/s1gbdnnVsl ->

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