News for Thursday, March 12, 2015

  • RT @webfoundation: The Web turns 26 today! Here are 10 big moments for the Web over the past year. Which moments would you include? ->
  • Cory Doctorow: Technology should be used to create social mobility – not to spy on citizens. ->
  • Privacy, security and terrorism: Everything you need to know about Bill C-51. ->
  • Geotagging Twitter Users by Mining Their Social Graphs. ->
  • Privacy officer accused of trying to block investigation into Trillium Health hospital breach | ->
  • Twitter updates privacy policy to address revenge porn. ->
  • Bill C-51: Privacy watchdog Daniel Therrien blocked from committee witness list. ->
  • CRTC Chief Compliance and Enforcement Officer issues $1.1 million penalty to Compu-Finder for spamming Canadians. ->
  • Privacy advocates try to keep Hello Barbie from hitting shelves. ->
  • Ontario government under fire over inaction on health privacy law. ->
  • Canada's Anti-Terrorism Act threatens privacy rights: Editorial. ->
  • These Are The Best (And Worst) Canadian Telecoms For Privacy. ->
  • The new privacy: Consumers want more control over their digital identity. ->
  • The Internet killed privacy: Our liberation, and our capture, are within the same tool. ->
  • Haligonian Privacy lawyer warns against flying with 'intimate information.' ->
  • Digital Privacy Act, Bill S-4 actually undermines privacy: U of O professor. ->
  • Privacy Commissioner Daniel Therrien's submission to Committee on Bill C-51. They declined him as a witness. ->

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