News for Wednesday, September 23, 2015

  • Office of Personnel Management underestimated number of fingerprints stolen in hack… by 4 million. t.co/nEk7vGf6h0 ->
  • Airlines' privacy policies do little to protect consumers' personal data. t.co/69ZTr2g3gc ->
  • Drive holding millions of B.C. education records lost in data breach. t.co/ECuFkvqCPB ->
  • Facebook offers new opt-out tool for behavioural adverts, but doesn’t stop collection of user data. t.co/H1cbs5mY66 ->
  • Size of B.C. data breach ‘especially troubling,’ says privacy commissioner. Largest in the province’s history. t.co/JoDPWwaLO1 ->
  • No privacy for voters in federal election campaign. Parties are exempt from the Privacy Act. t.co/GvdtTNGu7V ->
  • Chatting in Secret While We're All Being Watched. t.co/dT8wDaQfK0 /via @jennbarrigar ->
  • Correctional Services Canada's prison cellphone surveillance may have hit nearby homes. t.co/BQfU3uP0Io ->

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