CPR for Friday, October 30, 2009

Get Rid of it Securely to Keep it Private: Best Practices for Secure Destruction of…
Canada NewsWire (press release)
TORONTO , Oct. 29 /CNW/ – Ontario’s Information and Privacy Commissioner, Dr. Ann Cavoukian , is releasing a joint publication today in collaboration with

Spy watchdog backs federal bid to boost Internet surveillance
Pictou Country Nova Scotia News
The committee acknowledges that Privacy Commissioner Jennifer Stoddart has argued against the so-called “lawful access” legislation, saying it “raises

On Air: The Internet At 40, The End Of Privacy
NPR
Martin Kaste finds that information doesn’t really die anymore in the latest installment of “The End Of Privacy” series. You might say that “The End Of

Facebook Revamps Privacy Policy
PC Magazine
Facebook on Thursday unveiled an updated version of its privacy policy – changes that were made, in part, to appease Canadian privacy officials.

Facebook offers up privacy policy for user review
Computerworld
The social networking giant tried to make a privacy document, which in most cases is filled with complex legal jargon, easy for users to understand,

Facebook spells out updated privacy policy
CNET News
“Specifically, we’ve included sections that further explain the privacy setting you can choose to make your content viewable by everyone, the difference

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