News for Thursday, June 19, 2014

  • Conservatives must review privacy bills after top court's ruling, watchdog says. t.co/6wI0oMk9j0 ->
  • Net Neutrality Will Require Us to Shine the Light on Internet Providers. t.co/qmKPwoLwB4 ->
  • B.C. court rules contents of cellphones are private. t.co/W57DXilyJ1 ->
  • New bus cameras could be used like nanny cams, union warns. t.co/wCaKPlraBU ->
  • British Columbia Labour Arbitrator Rules That Video Of Suspicious Sick Leave Was Not Admissible As Evidence. t.co/xMny1yiwN3 ->
  • Paying People to Infect their Computers. buff.lyTaMgTB ->
  • Access My Info: Guide to find out what telecoms are sharing with Big Brother. t.co/T4Ts6zx6NX ->
  • Henry v Bell Mobility: Another Federal Court case shows PIPEDA damages aren't worth pursuing absent evidence of harm. t.co/nMxYLtdKhv ->
  • Bill S-4 Passes Senate, Despite Supreme Court Ruling Against Warrantless Access. t.co/o8alH7X0py ->
  • Google Apps for Education mining data to develop targeted ads, experts warn. t.co/QJGuBNVU2X ->
  • Canadian Court Believes It Has The Right To Censor The Global Internet; Not At All Concerned With Consequences. t.co/O7iCovhjMx ->
  • Canadian Study Finds Nearly 60 Percent of Organizations Believe They Can't Stop Data Theft. t.co/BAtG5qpuhO ->
  • LinkedIn Launches Its First Standalone Job Search App, Privacy Guaranteed. t.co/1iXpwFfMso ->
  • Canadian court asserts the right to censor google everywhere. t.co/o76okxZtFT ->
  • Facebook’s Slingshot Challenges Snapchat With ‘Reply To Unlock’. t.co/s3Jfh1t0hm ->

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