News for Friday, May 16, 2014

  • Report: Which Tech Companies Help Protect You From Government Data Demands? t.co/ZBN9MW5LCi ->
  • Your cellphone is not your castle. But it should be. t.co/8PtCvZezPq ->
  • The Mad, Mad Dash to Update Flash. t.co/jK2tUzDox3 ->
  • Saskatchewan police getting 7 more licence plate scanners. t.co/GyctjPyFRR ->
  • Students Coast to Coast Write Open Letters about the Effects of Government Surveillance on Academic Life. t.co/H4mECUVh1V ->
  • Digital Privacy Act proposes amendments to PIPEDA. t.co/FNwJBV4Q0o ->
  • Looking Back One Year After The Edward Snowden Disclosures – An International Perspective. t.co/4pKOVsWyTe ->
  • Health information insecure, warns P.E.I. privacy commissioner. t.co/Vbza0CzmWR ->
  • Privacy commissioner slams police board's TCH surveillance plan. t.co/Bx0YA7UGTm ->
  • Why privacy advocates say you shouldn’t trust Snapchat to have your back online. t.co/7ahh5Manyy ->
  • Newfoundland's Eastern Health identifies deliberate privacy breach. t.co/PgbFnZeEto ->
  • David Cameron's 'top-secret' visit to Canada revealed. t.co/2Of0BIXDKE ->
  • Significant portion of HTTPS Web connections made by forged certificates. t.co/2eS2GbqPw1 ->
  • Ontario privacy watchdog moves to block more police access to TCHC security cameras. t.co/Zg5XcBWmee ->

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