News for Monday, April 13, 2015

  • As encryption spreads, U.S. grapples with clash between privacy, security. t.co/uF5BZSRzXr ->
  • Bell targeted ads plan slammed by privacy watchdog. t.co/h7ix7W0C5q ->
  • What the Germanwings Crash Tells Us About Medical Privacy. t.co/7iTrPlDU8u ->
  • Ontario’s sole health privacy prosecution quietly dismissed. t.co/JkYoliFrMY ->
  • RT @itworldca: Redirect to SMB flaw affects all versions of Windows t.co/Dhjf6iAx6Y ->
  • Germanwings disaster: Europe to force Germany to change privacy laws after suicide crash. t.co/TNct1yLQeI ->
  • Ontario will introduce legislation to tackle privacy violations of health records. t.co/tVOijCzBde ->
  • EFF Signs Joint Letter Urging Canada to Dismiss Anti-Terror Legislation, Bill C-51. t.co/gKZGejtTWc ->
  • Ranking Canada’s Telecom Providers on Consumer Complaints, Code Violations, Privacy Protections. t.co/AAdNNNe9IR ->

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