News for Monday, June 16, 2014

  • Online privacy decision means 'back to the drawing board' for Tories. t.co/PUjVOYEybb ->
  • Is privacy loss worth 8% Ajusto car insurance saving: Mayers. t.co/t5tF8cdSem ->
  • Five ways the Supreme Court ruling affects online privacy. t.co/g19lygZhG0 ->
  • Creepy Facebook personality test could be dream for advertisers, nightmare for privacy. t.co/7htYbitMqT ->
  • Internet users' privacy upheld by Canada's top court. t.co/pOCUmiVf45 ->
  • People demand better privacy but don’t take basic steps to protect themselves. t.co/KW0um3I5lq ->
  • Supreme Court of Canada – What constitutes a Reasonable Expectation of Privacy? t.co/E2ThA4Xunx ->
  • Cyberbullying bill a trick to avoid privacy debate: Editorial. t.co/hnGXNAfiNV ->
  • Online privacy ruling welcome. t.co/SE4cCy449R ->
  • Erotica With An Appropriate Sense of Privacy. t.co/0kWrFPNt0B ->
  • Conservatives mum on changing privacy bills after Supreme Court ruling. t.co/GBp2cWQPqX ->
  • Things Patients Should Know About Privacy and Healthcare. t.co/6BG47P3i7B ->
  • A Win at the Supreme Court on Internet Privacy by Canadian Civil Liberties Association. t.co/hYeg24Armd ->
  • Tor Is For Everyone: Why You Should Use Tor. t.co/Gf6mC0Jz4j ->
  • Op-Ed: Supreme Court decision on Internet privacy puts kids at risk. t.co/YxS5hiw2Rm ->
  • A Phone That Lies for You: An Android Hack Allows Users to Put Decoy Data on a Smartphone. t.co/r5VzKWazB9 ->
  • Canadians have right to online anonymity, Supreme Court rules. t.co/HtYw00B5gj ->

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