News for Friday, January 24, 2014

  • Alberta patients concerned after major medical information breach. t.co/l3PwWyIunz ->
  • Bug Exposes IP Cameras, Baby Monitors. t.co/KJHSrCQkEx ->
  • Reveal extent of government data surveillance, campaign asks telecom companies. t.co/83bRrhFefr ->
  • Arrested Revenge Porn King Allegedly Paid Hacker to Steal Nude Photos. t.co/LIdq3gF02z ->
  • Braid: Delay in Alberta breach report shows stunning disregard for patient rights. t.co/9u6PeDhEMY ->
  • Mayor Rob Ford: How much personal privacy should he expect? t.co/zn4uVhAOXn ->
  • Op-Ed: The debate Canada won’t have t.co/1khN0U7Uld ->
  • ‘I have no authority’ to report health data breaches to government or public, Alberta privacy commissioner says. t.co/mEDBY6g0de ->
  • Privacy Experts Demand Data from Big Three, but Lack Leverage. t.co/A4xhYC24x3 ->
  • Bennett Jones launches Canada Anti-Spam Law website. t.co/h5CWxao7mQ ->
  • Weak laws failing to protect Albertans from privacy breaches. t.co/RdUqf9tb7v ->
  • Surveillance: Where is the point between safety and a person's right to not be monitored? t.co/mg3Kjdyfnm ->
  • The Wearable Revolution: Drawing the Line Between Exciting New Tech and Privacy. t.co/EHgKDm8X0U ->
  • Albertans call with questions about stolen laptop filled with health information. t.co/gUkrwu6XJv ->
  • How Does a Privacy-Protecting Search Engine Work? (Video) t.co/36xEkQ94PH ->
  • Police chiefs support cyberbullying bill. t.co/gDHqeBDAir ->
  • Investigation promised into Alberta’s largest breach of personal information. t.co/NPeHerlTvs ->

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