News for April 24, 2013

  • Smartphones can easily skim your credit card information.
  • Ceding your privacy one search at a time.
  • Bloomberg Says Interpretation of Constitution Will ‘Have to Change’ After Boston Bombing.
  • What you need to know about privacy policies–in about 5 minutes.
  • CRTC Report on the Informal Consultation of 25 February 2013 on Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation.
  • Twitter Now Has a Two-Step Solution.
  • Google Street View Now in 50 Nations as Privacy Questions Linger
  • Opinion: With cloud, privacy issues loom – Rep. Ted Poe.
  • CRTC Posts Report On CASL Consultation – Can We Expect A More Flexible Approach To CASL Enforcement?
  • Government of Canada Safeguards Personal Information – Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat
  • Innovation vs. Privacy: Why We Shouldn’t Fear Drones.
  • RT @csoghoian: Online ad. exec on cookies: “It’s flawed, invasive, it’s got privacy issues, it’s going to go – [in 5 years max].”
  • Google Glass privacy concerns come to the head.
  • Nunavut government sets sights on shabby municipal records: Info & privacy protection fall short in community gov’t.
  • Online privacy is evolving. Does it matter to you?
  • EDITORIAL: Hacking away at privacy: “Computer-security bill is a gift from Big Brother”
  • Canada Privacy Breaches: More Than A Million Canadians May Have Had Data Compromised
  • AP’s Twitter account hacked; fake tweet about White House explosions rocks markets.

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