News for Wednesday, October 30, 2013

  • Privacy Commissioner’s Annual Report Makes for Interesting Reading. t.co/9WQIGn6GQW ->
  • Stolen Adobe account data goes public, Photoshop source code breached. t.co/64eYlKjJKO ->
  • RT @e3i5: NSA says have Yahoo accounts have "small intelligence value" #NSAburn (via @astepanovich) ->
  • NSA infiltrates links to Yahoo, Google data centers worldwide, Snowden documents say. t.co/SuWUbf9qNZ ->
  • Privacy Commissioner’s final report calls for greater care in government handling Canadians’ personal information. t.co/OsvSNKFqfa ->
  • Spy agency won’t say if it uses Canadian embassies. t.co/TKYT48kfUz ->
  • Privacy complaints about federal agencies reach record high: watchdog. t.co/nOa6tjLnJP ->
  • B.C. Information and Privacy Commissioner to investigate police information checks. t.co/opgKLkVs6s ->
  • Privacy watchdog raises issues about snooping at Canada Revenue Agency. t.co/7ibnuoGPZ0 ->
  • Canadian embassies eavesdrop, leak says. t.co/3kuAgpDZeP ->
  • Private-sector workers need protection, privacy head says. t.co/uZRKRohZK6 ->
  • Poor tax office security leads to improper info disclosure: privacy watchdog. t.co/6xBb9o3cgL ->
  • Canadian embassies in U.S.-led spying efforts: Der Spiegel documents. t.co/3hT7NE6nlC ->

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