News for Friday, June 6, 2014

  • Privacy commissioner Ann Cavoukian files legal motion against Toronto police. News t.co/IPI7KaK8Ir ->
  • They Hack Because They Can. t.co/HdVDdFmzj0 ->
  • Personal data of 8,300 new moms sold to financial firm in hospital security breach. t.co/KP4TeQmyyt ->
  • Apple refines location privacy in iOS 8 with new 'While Using' option. t.co/wB2Qv8LwsP ->
  • Privacy bill could allow swapping of users’ data without consent, critics say. t.co/x2qwxWSEly ->
  • Trust vs. Bribes And The Consumer Privacy Paradox. t.co/cQbj6AAfhd ->
  • Ontario privacy watchdog takes legal action against Toronto police: Star Exclusive. t.co/SSlRasDiRO ->
  • Privacy: Hiding from big data. t.co/vgW7t1hPlJ ->
  • Privacy commissioner attacks Toronto police regarding disclosure of mental health records. t.co/KcXFB8bPaW ->
  • Rogers opens curtain on warrantless government snooping. t.co/b2Z93TMnUT ->
  • Privacy breach is a warning for all Ontario hospitals: Editorial. t.co/rWlAKkpiqn ->
  • Sharp increase in Ottawa blocking release of records, watchdog says. t.co/x7EXL656pn ->
  • TekSavvy, Rogers break silence over government requests for data. t.co/ptEK57p6IS ->
  • Is Unauthorized Accessing of Personal Information a Firing Offence or Not? t.co/3NechxWmIP ->

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