News for April 29, 2013

  • Watch Aaron Swartz Get Interviewed Months Before His Suicide.
  • CISPA Is Dead. Now Let’s Do a Cybersecurity Bill Right.
  • Build privacy into your systems or risk penalties: Australia’s Privacy Commissioner.
  • DoJ Secretly Granted Immunity to Companies that Participated in Cyber Monitoring Program.
  • Privacy watchdog urged to create guidelines for social media and data brokers |
  • Is Harper exploiting cyberbully panic to reboot the Internet spying bill? – Jesse Brown –
  • How a Serial-Killing Night Nurse Hacked Hospital Drug Protocol |
  • Mobile App Developers in Violation of Privacy Laws.
  • Law Requiring Warrants for E-Mail Wins US Senate Committee Approval.
  • Man Convicted of Hacking Despite Not Hacking.
  • Mobile Banking Apps: Why Privacy is More Important Than Ever.
  • Enshrine data breach guidelines in law: Stoddart.
  • Credit report lists woman’s Post Traumatic Stress Disorder as her employer.
  • Spam Smart Tip: Transition Period Balm for the Compliance Sting.
  • Market watchdogs probe data breach.
  • Investment Industry Regulatory Organization of Canada’s lost client data not encrypted.
  • Canada to Start New Biometric Screening Program on Temporary Residents.
  • Fact Sheet: Ten tips for avoiding complaints to the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada.
  • Social media firms rapped on knuckles on privacy.
  • Your information is not secure in Ottawa: Geist.

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