News for Wednesday, March 19, 2014

  • Ex-premier, privacy commissioner and journalist to review Newfoundland info law. t.co/IEuOe26CKE ->
  • Victoria man receives hundreds of patient health records in error – Victoria News t.co/2SGS03EXlK ->
  • Internet firms play coy on how they share info with police, government. t.co/j4bR2jWIpx ->
  • CASL: clear as mud. t.co/jtSwxO2i56 ->
  • Forget CSIS — it’s political parties that own our privacy. t.co/KQ0194Ppcb ->
  • Social media privacy being taught at high school. t.co/AzYWZ0WiJn ->
  • Nunavut prison report censored for no reason, watchdog says. t.co/Fm4rcT97mS ->
  • Some ISPs don’t cave when asked for subscriber info, says report. t.co/A8JdO22QJ7 ->
  • Many B.C. freedom-of-information requests come up empty. t.co/4vtCjQVcBT ->
  • Canada's electronic spy agency uncovers wrongdoing, ethics breaches. t.co/tJOBMXcMxS ->
  • New Anti-Spam Legislation Could Bolster Canadian Privacy Commissioner’s Call for Greater PIPEDA Enforcement Powers. t.co/IBxLv5KB0T ->

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