News for May 8, 2013

  • SpiderOak unveils Hive, a streamlined file service with ‘100-percent’ privacy. t.co/2um4vXA4qP ->
  • Apple’s privacy policy violates German data protection law: Berlin court. t.co/cStLRhS0zq ->
  • Facebook pokes Manitoba – Social-media giant rejects province for data-farm due to Canadian privacy laws. t.co/FIMnrPJj9u ->
  • Peter Bibring: “Automated License Plate Readers Threaten Our Privacy.” t.co/StH5eqOL4z ->
  • Canada border agency’s most-wanted website is hampered by red tape, memos show. t.co/0hU5umFikU ->
  • New bill will allow Alberta police and schools to share information to aid “struggling” children. t.co/AMRZbhMlua ->
  • Live chat used in eBay phishing attack. t.co/kPJpEAifHr ->
  • Trying to keep up: Privacy rights, technology, and the law. t.co/whCECoVcD8 ->
  • Privacy enforcement authorities launch first-ever international Internet Privacy Sweep. t.co/21HVEeDz0L ->
  • RT @PrivacyPrivee: In case you missed it – a first-person account of our Internet privacy sweep: t.co/UhwEsBFVxs ->
  • Freedom of information expansion delayed in Prince Edward Island. t.co/fbHXIdQVqj ->
  • Privacy will be an issue for the “Internet of Things” but Qualcomm is working to make some technology less intrusive. t.co/ZktYZkK0FW ->
  • B.C. health researchers could be deemed villains or victims over allegations of breaches of privacy. t.co/KIE7iZKXhE ->
  • Spam Smart Tip: Understanding The Meaning Of “Commercial Character” in Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation. t.co/M1w3pxFcru ->

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