News for Monday, July 14, 2014

  • Patients contacted following privacy breach in B.C.’s prescription system. t.co/7zlW1rELKs ->
  • Tips For Crafting A Strong Password That Really Pops. t.co/rcL3Pschh2 #LOL ->
  • Education minister backs off request for disciplinary documents. t.co/eOIUMuMCBp ->
  • Beware of Keyloggers at Hotel Business Centers. t.co/8rS6JVZXhz ->
  • Lack of Employee Oversight Leads to Certification of first Privacy Class Action based on “intrusion upon seclusion”. t.co/GrL9Ioa1GX ->
  • Intrusion Upon Seclusion Part 2: Implications for Businesses Across Canada. t.co/WirwE7XHkX ->
  • B.C. PharmaNet hit by hacker, 1,600 accounts breached. t.co/iGug4dY5SL ->
  • U.S. expats feel sold out by Canada: Tim Harper. t.co/0lnBVFtt64 ->
  • Privacy, the internet and the impossibility of “the right to be forgotten”. t.co/fBMRUAmMgn ->

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