News for Wednesday, June 25, 2014

  • This highrise spies on its tenants: Fiorito ->
  • Cryptology ePrint Archive – Study: Security of Symmetric Encryption against Mass Surveillance. ->
  • ‘Appalled, incredulous and angry’: Canadians slam law giving IRS personal information. ->
  • Don't trust privacy apps, use Tor. ->
  • Article 29 Working Party Lists Reservations on Adequacy of Quebec's Data Protection Legal Regime. ->
  • Researchers Find and Decode the Spy Tools Governments Use to Hijack Phones. ->
  • ‘No judgment, no discretion’: Police records that ruin innocent lives. ->
  • Google Glass Snoopers Can Steal Your Passcode With a Glance. ->
  • Border agency bows to data privacy concerns. ->
  • Privacy watchdog alerted as Surrey student names, grades released in bulk email. ->
  • What Kind of Privacy Pipe Is Facebook Smoking? Consumers Don't Want Targeted Ads! ->
  • Cyberbullying, the Supreme Court and the future of Bill C-13. ->
  • Rouge Valley Hospital faces $400M class-action lawsuit over privacy breach. ->
  • Citizen Lab's report on malware vendors. ->
  • Newfoundland and Labrador Privacy Commissioner Ed Ring Seeks to Dismantle Bill 29. ->
  • BC Privacy Commissioner investigates after students' information sent to parents. ->
  • New Canadian Anti-Spam Compliance and Enforcement Guidelines. ->
  • The government spied on me without a warrant. ->
  • Mock email scam at Justice Canada snares hundreds of bureaucrats. ->
  • Canadians wary of income-tax security even before Heartbleed: report. ->
  • Two Bills Later, Political Parties Can Still Collect Your Info Scot-Free. ->
  • Info czar takes port authority to court. ->

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