CPR for Wednesday, May 7, 2008

No interference in probe of Radwanski, court told
Toronto Star – Ontario, Canada
Ottawa–The former top cop at the RCMP did not interfere in an investigation that sparked criminal charges against former federal privacy commissioner George

International privacy initiative – What do students think about
eGov monitor – London,UK
The Privacy Commissioners of Australia, Hong Kong, New Zealand, Canada, the Northern Territory, New South Wales and Victoria today launched an international

University examines privacy law
Stanford Daily – Palo Alto,CA,USA
This attention, however, brings up a number of legal and ethical issues relating to students’ privacy. Both the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Attacks against Web sites threaten privacy, security
Youngstown Vindicator – Youngstown,OH,USA
All it takes for a computer to become infected is to visit a hacked Web site. Criminal attacks against major Web sites have grown so common that Internet

First as privacy chief uses powers in patient scandal
The Standard – Hong Kong
The Privacy Commission for Personal Data is using its statutory powers for the first time to investigate the Hospital Authority and Department of Health

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