News for April 8, 2013

  • Infographic: Canadians and Privacy: OPC Survey – April 2013 http://trl.ca/l/1cr
  • Creepy Infographic Maps The Relationships Of Every Twitter Employee http://trl.ca/l/1cq
  • Up to 1 million Scribd user passwords may have been compromised http://trl.ca/l/1cp
  • The 5 biggest online privacy threats of 2013 http://trl.ca/l/1ch
  • Netflix in the middle of Internet privacy debate http://trl.ca/l/1co
  • Will Facebook Home collect even more of your data? You bet. http://trl.ca/l/1cd
  • DEA memo provokes Apple privacy debate. http://trl.ca/l/1cn
  • Instagram beauty contests worry parents, child privacy advocates – http://trl.ca/l/1cg
  • Viterbi tool improves online photo privacy http://trl.ca/l/1cm
  • Facebook Doesn’t Want People To Freak Out About ‘Home’ Privacy http://trl.ca/l/1cc
  • Interview with Bruce Schneier: “It’s Pretty Much Impossible To Protect Online Privacy” http://trl.ca/l/1cl
  • Silicon Valley Fighting Privacy Advocates Over Online-Data Bill http://trl.ca/l/1cf
  • Judge tosses evidence in drug case over Ottawa police rights breach http://trl.ca/l/1cj
  • Facebook Home isn’t where your privacy is http://trl.ca/l/1cb
  • Facebook to launch paid messages which bypass privacy settings — http://trl.ca/l/1ck
  • Google ‘Mapathon,’ Meant To ‘Create Better Maps For India,’ Draws Scrutiny For Police http://trl.ca/l/1ce
  • Growing number of CCTV cameras outside Toronto core dismays privacy advocates. http://trl.ca/l/1ci
  • Facebook Home, privacy and you. http://trl.ca/l/1ca
  • Many Free Android Apps Are Starting To Look A Lot Like Malware. trl.ca/l/1c9

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