News for Wednesday, April 9, 2014

  • Inform customers of data breach or pay $100,000 per case: new privacy bill. t.co/TVjlb3ApDL ->
  • Canada Revenue Agency has fired staff for privacy violations, committee hears. t.co/ppyKVsIECB ->
  • Regina officer in surveillance video story ID'd. t.co/D3UtcKqlaq ->
  • Critical crypto bug exposes Yahoo Mail, other passwords Russian roulette-style. t.co/ioYyoLYYZv ->
  • Canada Post mum on details of missing GTA deliveries. t.co/0yrfXaDD7s ->
  • Organizations will have to report personal data breaches: Ottawa. t.co/uCGKjv9daK ->
  • ‘Heartbleed’ Bug Exposes Passwords, Web Site Encryption Keys. t.co/nqFiuKGqZN ->
  • Data release troubles privacy watchdog. t.co/dhMywa3lMq ->
  • Digital Canada 150: Why Canada's Universal Broadband Goal is Among the Least Ambitious in the OECD. t.co/8iyNCePSGr ->
  • Half a million widely trusted websites vulnerable to Heartbleed bug | Netcraft t.co/YXabDW4TMK ->
  • Harper Government introduces new law to protect the personal information of Canadians online. t.co/y1Dnos2dT7 ->
  • Why the Web Needs Perfect Forward Secrecy More Than Ever. t.co/aAOJc09pHb ->
  • Test your server for Heartbleed vulnerability (CVE-2014-0160). t.co/Qp8KDog0Qs ->
  • Digital Canada 150: Why the Canadian Strategy Misses Key Issues and Lags Behind Peer Countries. t.co/M0EIJE4wE4 ->

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