News for Wednesday, December 4, 2013

  • RT @csoghoian: Why didn't my graduate school offer courses like this? t.co/xhTRzkRJCj ->
  • On health and safety hazards, B.C. citizens betrayed by Victoria. t.co/qyKNYr3VRh ->
  • A Computer Is Not a Cupboard Says the Supreme Court of Canada. t.co/713H7euF5k ->
  • Perrin emails ‘frozen’ due to student privacy breach litigation, PMO says. t.co/SormXxmmfE ->
  • Watchdog probes reports of health info being shared with U.S. border services. t.co/NzNma24YRI ->
  • Exit Interview: Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart on her tenure, continuing issues. t.co/o54rFbQIdY ->
  • Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation will come into force on July 1, 2014. t.co/Fqwi8Yj7Hi ->
  • Canada's Anti-Spam Legislation (link to Law and Regulations) – t.co/peM53jyQvd ->
  • Canada's Anti-Spam Law Coming Into Force July 2014. t.co/7goU6sMAKC ->
  • RT @csoghoian: Local news station focuses on use of cell tower dumps, and the impact on innocent people caught in the dragnet. t.co/… ->

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