News for Monday, August 19, 2013

  • Google: We are above UK privacy laws. t.co/wWAx7nRD02 ->
  • Idea of combining TransLink’s Compass card with B.C. ID worries privacy advocates t.co/CSuGlIByjY ->
  • NSA under renewed fire after report finds it violated its own privacy rules. t.co/kRbAFq5Czk ->
  • Canada's telecoms to change tack in anti-Verizon crusade -sources. t.co/9kkBYr7x9I ->
  • Google lawsuit stirs debate over email privacy rights. t.co/PYqppcoyOq ->
  • RCMP stops responding to people using access to information laws: information commissioner. t.co/QbJsJuGOKL ->
  • Researcher Defeats Facebook Privacy, Posts to Zuckerberg’s Private Wall. t.co/BHbcZfPi6I ->
  • Avoid webcam hacking: tips to protect your privacy. t.co/x5n4K75GKH ->
  • Michael Geist – The Verizon Privacy Risk: Are Canadian Carriers A More Privacy-Friendly Choice? t.co/84FpvXyGkf ->
  • BC ID card consultations 'more than a day late and a dollar short' t.co/GqNFF3wEiA ->
  • Real-time traffic map draws privacy concerns. t.co/jTbNyigSdR ->
  • Facebook's user metrics could be a boon to SMBs. t.co/pfvuhrISlY ->
  • Verizon entry could allow U.S. NSA to spy on Canadians, union warns. t.co/kX60DGPg30 ->
  • RCMP suspends production of reality TV show in Yukon amid concerns. t.co/P62cUhJ88B ->

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