News for Thursday, August 21, 2014

  • Researchers Easily Slipped Weapons Past X-Ray Body Scanners. t.co/jpanxBBp5o ->
  • Wearables going mainstream — but are consumers poised for a ‘privacy nightmare’? t.co/N0ZLXJAouq ->
  • Lorem Ipsum: Of Good & Evil, Google & China. t.co/rVF19JVJMx ->
  • Canadians Challenge the Long Arm of the IRS. t.co/hHWzFoeNUb ->
  • This Android Shield Could Encrypt Apps So Invisibly You Forget It’s There. t.co/WogwXl8xh0 ->
  • Watchdog urges Canada spy agency to do more to respect privacy. t.co/trTLz194SN ->
  • How Much Privacy Are We Willing to Risk For Mobile Connectivity? t.co/YipUy3vrS5 ->
  • CSEC kept 66 'unintentionally' obtained private communications. t.co/cWElS0AZ7k ->
  • Names of disciplined teachers should be withheld, Saskatchewan privacy commissioner says. t.co/zLg0hOjgWW ->
  • Google accounts for kids under 13 raise concerns with privacy experts. t.co/YwcJWEGtQB ->
  • Canada’s electronic spy agency gets passing grade from watchdog. t.co/nJ5ZMgciSB ->
  • Spy agency intercepted, kept 66 communications of Canadians. t.co/xEVzPfNE4G ->
  • Canada's privacy commissioner says websites need clearer privacy practices. t.co/egLwVce840 ->

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