News for Tuesday, October 29, 2013

  • Obstetrician warns of privacy breach. t.co/JSgNWVZ5Zn ->
  • Anti-money laundering agency flagging too much personal info: watchdog. t.co/5ZzkNKoK8q ->
  • Keep your eyes on those spies. t.co/ioUSIGnWSm ->
  • Privacy watchdog rejects Liberal complaint against Tory MPP Fedeli. t.co/XeaDHtSk8V ->
  • Privacy concerns with FINTRAC remain following two separate audits. t.co/XrpFtYqPDF ->
  • AHS cited for privacy breach after devastating Shaw fire. t.co/YVtROppptN ->
  • Jonathan Kay: Before you dismiss Duffy and Wallin, remember what happened to George Radwanski. t.co/WCf6Mykfpi ->
  • Security, privacy don’t conflict, says Canadian privacy commissioner. t.co/eK3T5Oqrbx ->
  • FINTRAC collecting too much info on innocent Canadians. t.co/29nt9FiAaV ->
  • Privacy watchdog investigates lost data from Toronto eye clinic. t.co/9qhPGBD6cw ->
  • Is Bell’s plan to monitor and profile Canadians legal: Geist t.co/A4nkfbnwmD ->
  • Computer theft from doctor’s office was likely ‘crime of opportunity,’ say police. t.co/oOIKInM3Oi ->
  • Private security company poised to launch drones. t.co/tVgRejKuMS ->
  • A government agency has amassed 165M files, many with personal details it has no right to collect. t.co/dsZylPhwte ->

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