News for Tuesday, July 22, 2014

  • Stop Sneaky Online Tracking with EFF's Privacy Badger plugin. t.co/BXKQB1BzJx ->
  • Scope of employer’s forensic examination criticized by Public Service Labour Relations Board. t.co/St0E1ltLTn ->
  • Meet the Online Tracking Device That is Virtually Impossible to Block. t.co/KSLM3xLX0N ->
  • Telecoms tighten privacy rules after Supreme Court of Canada ruling. t.co/njObtaYKuC ->
  • Information and Privacy Commissioner Ed Ring says time being wasted in court. t.co/VufFIwkoX9 ->
  • US Federal judge greenlights Gmail access in crime investigation; decision may ignite privacy debate. t.co/fFEOtYubty ->
  • Privacy Analytics firm raises $3.5M in seed financing. t.co/HF9drfrbRh ->
  • No records? That’s ‘good news,’ government says about ‘concerning’ freedom-of-information numbers. t.co/ZVeQzdQA0o ->
  • Alberta Court of Appeal deals with FOI standing issue, settlement privilege and more. t.co/on77Fe1c3F ->
  • Security researcher: iOS security has been intentionally compromised by Apple. t.co/u5uXfMUdkc ->
  • Big data, big problems. t.co/pkijEg4XqS ->
  • Web Tracking Advances Beat Privacy Defenses. t.co/4Sga4KaZ3N ->

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