News for Wednesday, October 16, 2013

  • Uh-Oh: Snaphack Lets You Save Snapchats Without The Sender Knowing t.co/Yb98ENeF9o ->
  • Why is Canada’s privacy czar worried about the country’s cyber-spying agency? (and what’s she doing about it?) t.co/LrPcr1d43w ->
  • Smile, you're on not-so-candid camera. t.co/fiYA43YJpe ->
  • Drew Hasselback: B.C. elevator cases reveal the ups and downs of privacy rights. t.co/Zcbn45etOz ->
  • Calls for changes to privacy laws in Canada. t.co/s1PuU6orWf ->
  • Former CSEC boss calls for more scrutiny of agency amid Brazil spying claims. t.co/5Yjdezc1im ->
  • RBC looks to clear the air on mobile app privacy fears . t.co/XinzQ8FDQe ->
  • Harper’s plan for sex offender registry raises concerns about privacy, vigilantism. t.co/ZCQW5QiNpt ->
  • Promises of privacy are at risk with proposed reform of adoption law. t.co/W8Jr25p2UQ ->
  • Supreme Court won`t hear Sask woman`s appeal over census refusal. t.co/C9AaZKmcyR ->
  • Brazil’s outrage may fade, but debate over spy network is just beginning. t.co/dIzUOc2odS ->
  • Inside Canada's top-secret billion-dollar spy palace. t.co/KTeviZKMLc ->

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