News for Thursday, April 10, 2014

  • Canada’s Digital Privacy Rethink: Fines, Enforceable Compliance Agreements and More. t.co/iu87ybn58M ->
  • NSA monitors WiFi on US planes ‘in violation’ of privacy laws. t.co/oGQbiOn6eH >> Meanwhile, Air Canada will soon offer WiFi here ->
  • Residential school survivors privacy breach claim recanted. t.co/l781HswHp0 ->
  • Has the NSA Been Using the Heartbleed Bug as an Internet Peephole? t.co/MBelecZZ8F ->
  • Privacy Act Ignores Reckless and Expensive Government Surveillanc. t.co/KvUw2X8CwQ ->
  • The Bleeding Hearts Club: Heartbleed Recovery for System Administrators. t.co/QwhwiZac5q ->
  • Why the Digital Privacy Act Undermines Our Privacy: Bill S-4 Risks Widespread Warrantless Disclosure. t.co/Sqrb8fstdi ->
  • Q&A: Internet privacy advocate downplays Heartbleed, pinpoints greater concerns for consumers. t.co/FuX4ZeKzc8 ->
  • ‘Heartbleed’ bug forces revenue agency to shut down online tax-return filing t.co/ItvXHndyJU ->
  • Medical Privacy: Digital Technology Can Leave Your Health History Exposed. t.co/uK9VLwd5wy ->
  • New privacy rules target data breaches, fraud. t.co/Zu2TKXy7xU ->
  • Wild at Heart: Were Intelligence Agencies Using Heartbleed in November 2013? t.co/81YIfsfBLR ->
  • Heartbleed bug's government impact may go far beyond Revenue Canada. t.co/t1XyQGeHss ->

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