News for Monday, May 27, 2013

  • Canada needs to update its tools to protect privacy. Privacy commissioner Jennifer Stoddart has advice. t.co/dPWF2hJDm3 ->
  • Canada Post makes an appeal… for junk mail? t.co/t3aRLzNKlG ->
  • Serious Privacy Flaw In Facebook Pages Manager For Android Exposes Private Pictures For Everyone To See [Updated] t.co/iMabxguz8M ->
  • Stoddart: Online surveillance bill would have unlocked personal secrets. t.co/wXkqNyJhrP ->
  • Disruptions: At odds over the #privacy challenges of wearable computing. t.co/CGHTXzMBIY ->
  • Internal Aboriginal Affairs probe cleared officials of spying on First Nations children’s advocate. t.co/kg1VFzp8CQ ->
  • Canadian Police are seek the power to collect DNA upon arrest. t.co/SgkvKHDaKw ->
  • Release of an Alberta truck driver’s work history violated privacy laws, watchdog says. t.co/VF3X9FYI8M ->
  • Canada’s privacy laws inadequate for digital age, federal watchdog says. t.co/QxC7n0Intg ->
  • OPC News Release: New privacy challenges demand stronger protections for Canadians. t.co/xJyOGGsIuo ->
  • A quick Q&A with the IAPP’s Trevor Hughes. t.co/xe9Ia3DwnJ ->
  • Data breaches: It’s more expensive to react to them than to prevent them. t.co/OSCSPaihIx ->
  • Skype Beta plugs the IP Resolver privacy leak. t.co/4ZrGBu500J ->
  • Waterloo may heed privacy commissioner’s advice. t.co/LOMGBhRvlE ->
  • Jennifer Stoddart: Looking back – and ahead – after a decade as Privacy Commissioner of Canada. t.co/N1mQr1kKLP ->

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