News for Monday, August 25, 2014

  • Communications Security Establishment kept private communications of Canadians in violation of internal policies. t.co/AiygByhanc ->
  • 9 Things You Can Do Right Now to Protect Your Kids’ Privacy at School. t.co/7WYTJrQLVt ->
  • Privacy complaints doubled in 2013: OPC. t.co/2lJVikQm3R ->
  • Your Anonymous Posts to Secret Aren’t Anonymous After All. t.co/tAE359NKXt ->
  • Confused about CASL? Five tips for an effective consent strategy. t.co/ilUzYtYaTx ->
  • Data theft: Cash registers vulnerable, says Homeland Security. t.co/e3x0BVEhkn ->
  • Entirety Of Man’s Personal Data Protected By Reference To Third Season Of ‘The West Wing’. (Humour) t.co/1EXR4u97CD ->
  • Laptops stolen in Finance Canada break-in. t.co/PJ9nVRbOiO ->
  • Impaired drivers' privacy trumps public safety: Doctor. t.co/zZ5v0YU12g ->
  • Passport study reveals vulnerability in photo-ID security checks. t.co/akoGleoioc ->
  • Wark: Canadian spy agency watchdog strikes a new pose. t.co/aJUXhXE7PH ->
  • What’s a ‘reasonable expectation’ of privacy? t.co/9c4k9o5c31 ->

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