News for Friday, August 15, 2014

  • Updated: Privacy Commish to investigate BC Government. t.co/sqwP6HyMq9 ->
  • Cyber war program ‘MonsterMind’ could ignite accidental conflicts, warns Edward Snowden. t.co/1t2fs79lOr ->
  • Security measures heightened at UBC this fall, but no cameras. t.co/PyYbt7nrCT ->
  • Cash-strapped universities' switch to Google Apps stokes post-Snowden privacy fears. t.co/r1pvHB6FO5 ->
  • Top court grants oral hearings to B.C. bong shop owner. t.co/gpaaud6ClJ ->
  • You can carry a privacy-minded wireless hotspot in your pocket. t.co/q545jemHfg ->
  • B.C. First Nation, privacy commissioner issue notice to Imperial Metals. t.co/5kpSUNeTDx ->
  • How Rare Is Internet Privacy in the Digital Age? t.co/0knpLT6jRH ->
  • Privacy watchdog to launch Mount Polley mine probe. t.co/x25SOEKKHV ->
  • Trial for Nurse Accused of Eastern Health Privacy Breach to Resume Next Month. t.co/l2gXJtJTUU ->
  • B.C. Emergency Health Services scraps $2.8 million electronic patient care record system. t.co/9rDadaDvUG ->

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