News for Friday, November 15, 2013

  • Sudbury housing tenant OK with police surveillance. t.co/vSUqTQUurz ->
  • Vancouver police may wear body cameras in test run. t.co/2MuRlRfdPg ->
  • Canada's new 'spy palace' damaged by weekend fire. t.co/UNQOjyLcQD ->
  • Toronto identity victim thanks OPP for ending "nightmare". t.co/S78hjwqYbr ->
  • Spy agency’s budget to hit $460-million after ‘steady path’ of growth. t.co/a5GGlHPuZH ->
  • Privacy, intrusion issues dog rollout of unmanned drones by police. t.co/fyxBxzp4TB ->
  • Alberta PIPA legislation unconstitutional: Union can videotape picket line, Supreme Court rules in privacy case. t.co/f3YnkJQFhC ->
  • Facebook policy says user postings and other personal data can be used in advertising on the site. t.co/219qrx2L8a ->
  • Supreme Court strikes down Alberta's privacy law in union picket-line case. t.co/5Z1aMkOfkm ->

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