News for Tuesday, June 17, 2014

  • New tool helps Canadians find out if telecoms are collecting their info. t.co/ZsqtcZVPZu ->
  • Here’s why the Supreme Court made it tougher to look into your online life. t.co/n116pWBYb5 ->
  • 80% of Canadians Believe Total Data Privacy 'No Longer Exists'. t.co/3cbe0DPKjK ->
  • Big Data Analytics, Privacy Can Coexist, Privacy by Design Leader Cavoukian Says. t.co/In2LjujsIq ->
  • Court certifies Bank of Nova Scotia class action under tort of intrusion upon seclusion. t.co/vrSkEKj8Wm ->
  • SCC says the voluntary identification of an anonymous internet user is unlawful. t.co/2kQfkGTpmW ->
  • Little response from most of N.L. to access and privacy review. t.co/Gd0BW1Q7Wd ->
  • On privacy, Canadian telecoms should be held to ‘far higher standard’. t.co/DOzOnejOOi ->
  • Supreme Court Issues New Interpretation of Protocol for Obtaining Internet Service Subscriber Information. t.co/L8GxAbPqVz ->

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