News for February 21, 2013

  • Privacy Commissioner Ed Ring releases school surveillance camera report.
  • EU Parliament makes more than 900 changes to data privacy law.
  • Security And Privacy Legal Cases Vie For 2013 Headlines –
  • Biobanks, Feds join forces to protect donor privacy.
  • Could muzzling federal scientists be illegal? –
  • Kim Dotcom tries to position Mega as standard-bearer for online privacy –
  • Can Insurance Companies Use Your Credit to Set Your Premiums?
  • Dog’s opinion of probable cause allows for search, US Supreme Court says –
  • EU lawmakers vote against mandatory data protection fines.
  • Privacy rights: Police can search unprotected cellphone without warrant, appeal court rules.
  • Identity fraud in US reaches highest level in three years –
  • Alan F. Westin, scholar of privacy in the information ages, dies at 83 –
  • NL Privacy Commissioner delivers CCTV Camera Guidelines for Schools.
  • Apple FINALLY fills gaping Java hole that pwned its own devs.
  • OK for Ontario police to search cellphone if there’s no password, says court.
  • Man’s SUV Shouldn’t Have Been Able to Testify Against Him –
  • Hate To Break It To You, But Your Car Likely Has A Black Box ‘Spying’ On You Already –
  • The Big Privacy Takeaway From Tesla vs. The New York Times –
  • Alberta Privacy Commissioner looking into restaurant documents found in trash –
  • Virginia General Assembly measure eases parental access to Facebook accounts of deceased child –
  • Google risks huge fine under new EU data rules-top official.
  • Canada hit by hackers believed backed by secretive Chinese government unit –

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