News for Friday, March 28, 2014

  • Consortium Wants Standards for 'Internet of Things.' t.co/HPQ2fWqDQC ->
  • Internet providers get low transparency grades amid surveillance concerns. t.co/Pnaj2zEIwb ->
  • Privacy watchdog examines possible breach in residential school survivors' claims. t.co/DMZlJYm29S ->
  • 7 Invasions Of Privacy We Accept As Commonplace, t.co/bv7XKw2z6v ->
  • MPs drop bid to impose lifetime gag orders on Hill staff. t.co/9q4I2vrbQ5 ->
  • Professors' report gives Canadian Internet providers a failing grade on privacy. t.co/lFaauhsiGx ->
  • Closing the Gap between Privacy Policies and the Use of Portable Storage Devices. t.co/err1Wwd85P ->
  • Quantum Mechanics Could Yield Ultimate Privacy. t.co/0BRhZ7gutW ->
  • Parliament resumes debate on Online Spying Bill giving immunity to telecoms who help authorities spy without warrant. t.co/4GWjBWoF75 ->
  • Expert report reveals Internet providers should be more transparent about how they handle our private information. t.co/Az1mzEcDoW ->
  • Canada’s metadata collection worries critics. t.co/bXlFx4uiDN ->
  • San Francisco Billboards Shame Drivers With Actual Photos of Them Texting. t.co/JaynFNBW4c ->
  • Border agency asked for Canadians’ telecom info 18,849 times in one year. t.co/K46Jd3Gb0C ->
  • Twitter sparks privacy fears with new photo-tagging switched on. t.co/D4SevoTlsa ->
  • Eterni.me lets you live "creepily ever-after…" t.co/S41epIjeeE ->

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