CPR for Saturday, March 29, 2008

Privacy czar looking into ‘leaked’ report on jailed Canadian
Globe and Mail – Canada
OTTAWA — The federal privacy commissioner is investigating whether Brenda Martin’s privacy was violated when a government report wound up in the media.

Privacy czar will probe Brenda Martin report leak
CTV.ca – Canada
Canada’s privacy commissioner will investigate to see if Brenda Martin’s privacy was violated by the leak of a government report to the media.

Street cameras spark debate over privacy
The News Journal – Wilmington,DE,USA
Webb is among a growing number of people — locally and around the world — who believe the loss of privacy is worth the gain in security.

IBM project seeks privacy controls for users
InfoWorld – San Francisco,CA,USA
By John Fontana, Network World A three-year project to infuse privacy controls into identity technologies and emerging social networking communities is

In our age of privacy the postcard is an endangered, subversive
Guardian – UK
In an age obsessed with privacy, there is nothing more defiantly rebellious than letting strangers read your personal messages. Champions of the postcard

Peeing Into The Privacy Wind
Mediapost.com – New York,NY,USA
Second, and notwithstanding blogger-supported privacy activism, Web users are remarkably indifferent to privacy concerns. Oh, they say they care,

Google Mash Up: Video Ads, Privacy, Online Safety
InformationWeek – Manhasset,NY,USA
Video ads are now being served in search results (although I couldn’t find any); Google says it is really, really concerned about your privacy; and Google

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