News for Thursday, May 8, 2014

  • Alberta privacy commissioner raises concerns with health minister’s reforms. t.co/dR9iFhC5tp ->
  • Get FATCA out of the budget bill, NDP urges. t.co/zUFmf7zvV8 ->
  • Ontario closing 20 data centres as it moves to cloud computing. t.co/6WFWDjd5Ls ->
  • Lawyer: Cybercrime bill could be applied to people sharing any porn. t.co/7AFrrVV9zj ->
  • You’re being followed: New digital tracking technologies keep tabs on your every move. t.co/Pn7eMP8Q9K ->
  • Gov't Tables Amendments in ON Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act (FIPPA) and Municipal counterpart. t.co/mM8SXww5u9 ->
  • Saskatchewan plans to buy more licence plate scanners. t.co/EKKFDiSe2A ->
  • How federal bill C-13 could give CSIS agents — or even Rob Ford — access to your personal online data. t.co/eS9t8SsYWc ->
  • Heartbleed data leak: Privacy watchdog says case closed for now. t.co/tGUqwhFhSV ->
  • Educating staff on security pays, says Canadian study. t.co/kWHoBjJmb9 ->
  • Warrantless disclosure issue took 3 years to surface. t.co/xYsu9plUT1 ->

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