News for Wednesday, May 15, 2013

  • Ontario Privacy Commissioner approves Oshawa council e-mail search. t.co/D8JyM7Hver ->
  • What the Associated Press Subpoena Scandal Means for Your Electronic Privacy. t.co/UiM8yAV2zk ->
  • Is a discount worth giving up your online privacy? t.co/5eNGZlfieu ->
  • The Experts: Should You Expect Privacy on Corporate Devices? t.co/davQdUamwf ->
  • Patients sue Ottawa’s Montfort hospital for $40M for lost (but later recovered) information. t.co/P4C5mj28ED ->
  • RT @anishmohammed: #Googleio2013 #speed #simplicity and #security no mention of #privacy 😉 ->
  • Firms Brace for New European Data Privacy Law: “the world’s strongest data protection law” t.co/Y1LoVe0mdI ->
  • Android Users Beef Up Privacy Claims Against Google. t.co/ZkLy05vqeY ->
  • Google Glass testers give their thoughts: ‘It’s kind of a tease’ (video). t.co/HgXZBg2ZVo ->
  • RT @the_nixpunk: We really need an open alternative to Skype, or at least something that we know how it’s being encrypted. #privacy ->
  • RT @Ghostery: Since we can’t track users, we rely on you all for voluntary feedback. Please take this 2 question survey! t.co/8MqxzW… ->
  • Federico Zannier is selling his own personal data… on Kickstarter. t.co/DyuCsAyaJf ->
  • State social media privacy laws a mixed bag – Laws limit access to employee accounts, and that may be a good thing. t.co/aGfd9j6mu8 ->
  • Who Really Owns Your Personal Data? t.co/HffkrrBaOP ->
  • PRIVACY IN POPULAR CULTURE: Going Gaga for Google Glass t.co/GeIBR3MPGT ->
  • The F.B.I., Wiretaps, and the Web. t.co/RGbZQ3rLX7 ->
  • Proposed European Data Protection will preserve privacy — but could it hinder or prevent medical discoveries? t.co/PAzYX0D6io ->
  • A Date With A Glasshole: Google Glass Dating 101, A Report From The Field. t.co/DyfoP9elRI ->
  • US Federal Judge says Only Powered-Off Cell Phones Deserve Privacy Protections. t.co/L1Shkk64aS ->
  • Canadian police save a man’s life using an ariel drone. t.co/tpgtlJ3unr ->
  • RCMP members watch porn and snoop on spouses, files show. t.co/03tA9XbdF0 ->
  • Saskatchewan Court of Appeal shuts down anti-census crusader Sandra Finley. t.co/TCGdDgw1mE ->
  • NDP will ask House of Commons for a broader probe into data breaches and identity fraud. t.co/g32LPxfEpZ ->
  • Don’t be a mobile privacy creep. Here are eight top tips for digital marketers. t.co/5juLq0Zp6m ->
  • Canada’s new Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) is aimed at making a safer online world. t.co/OzThdg0zzH ->
  • Seattle Man Hovers Drone Over a Family’s House for ‘Research’: The law may support this. t.co/V0bxFrmTtM ->
  • Protecting the “right” of businesses to secretly make money out of your data. t.co/Y6cc9Nk2wY ->
  • Google’s “Privacy Rap Sheet”: 2002-Present. t.co/rKSFx2X1LY ->

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