News for Wednesday, September 10, 2014

  • North York hospitals post notices to patients after privacy breach. t.co/uAvbwFpjej ->
  • Information commissioner: 'apps are failing to respect user privacy'. t.co/c6myAEhGEQ ->
  • Critical Fixes Released for Adobe, Microsoft Software. t.co/qwve2YmmZ7 ->
  • From reddit to Pornhub, Websites Slow Down for Net Neutrality on September 10. t.co/KTxTbVNirP ->
  • Toronto hospitals to query patients on race, sexual orientation. t.co/SNUfG34kiy ->
  • Privacy in spotlight as Apple unveils new products. t.co/xJl3pRCKhH ->
  • Ernst & Young accused by Canadian used computer dealer of data breach. t.co/cKPK2eoVUu ->
  • As Apple Moves into Health Apps, What Happens to Privacy? t.co/wimEy09RHi ->
  • Appalling Negligence: Decade-Old Windows XPe Holes Led to Home Depot Hack. t.co/nvIWeoJUUR ->
  • Fact Sheet: Ten Tips for Communicating Privacy Practices to Your App's Users. t.co/6z6tcbZNmG ->
  • OPC News Release: Global privacy sweep raises concerns about mobile apps. t.co/6fsNjsv1n9 ->
  • Backgrounder: Results of the 2014 Global Privacy Enforcement Network Sweep. t.co/lAI17BTTsR ->
  • From APP-laudable to dis-APP-ointing, global mobile app privacy sweep yields mixed results. t.co/OFeYa9HCr7 ->

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