News for Thursday, May 7, 2015

  • Cell metadata cuts both ways – "OPSEC failures of spies " t.co/OAlHeKdCeq ->
  • Unwieldy Ontario law blamed for lack of health privacy prosecutions. t.co/UaKoHUFjUz ->
  • What Every Librarian Needs to Know About HTTPS. t.co/YMe7sCP1pL ->
  • Canada passes anti-terror bill that's bad news for online privacy. t.co/RqugA7qsdh ->
  • Cop body cams open privacy issues. t.co/ayyQ549lha ->
  • Making Canadians Choose Between Safety and Privacy Is Wrong. t.co/JMdDkCZLvB ->
  • Fake privacy gadgets, from Anonabox to Sever: Fighting a strange and profitable epidemic. t.co/AjUYMMp09v ->
  • Lack of public Wi-Fi in Toronto raises privacy concerns: experts. t.co/UUrBEMJSJr ->
  • Federal Privacy Commissioner Issues Guidance For Privacy Law and CASL Compliance. t.co/eU5ULmANKe ->
  • Public surveillance a balancing act between safety and personal privacy? t.co/e3IoDFCKDK ->
  • Social media and mourning: Are funerals the last privacy frontier? t.co/G09LdvFtdb ->
  • "Anti-terrorism" Bill C-51 passes in House of Commons. t.co/dYsLFIHXw3 ->
  • Privacy? There is tweet irony in that. "Even without surveillance cams, our lives are for all to see" t.co/noJSEvoWzb ->

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