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  1. The Next Google Glass Might Be a MonocleRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | Time

    ... and videos above a single eye. If created, the device could face some of the same challenges as Glass, which riled privacy concerns among many people who found the product distracting or creepy. Though Google's patent was granted, there's no ...


  2. 7 potential minefields in Liberals' tax-and-cut reportRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | CBC News

    ... registries that contain, for example, motor vehicle or property tax data. But the report acknowledges there will be privacy concerns. Boudreau says all spending-cut and revenue options add up to almost $1 billion, so the government doesn't have to ...


  3. FTC goes 'Star Chamber' on warrant transparencyRead the original story w/Photo

    15 hrs ago | American Thinker

    ... at National Law Journal , one company "put out of business under the weight of a Federal Trade Commission data-privacy investigation is now suing three agency attorneys for allegedly bringing a case based on 'fictional' evidence." The FTC has gone ...


  4. Revision to code could tie hands of inspectorsRead the original story w/Photo

    17 hrs ago | Daily Reporter

    A junk car, piles of trash and debris in someone's yard are among property violations that prompt neighbor complaints, but proposed changes to a county ordinance could hinder inspectors' ability to step in to help. If local officials approve proposed changes to the county's code enforcement rules - an effort to address property owners' privacy concerns - county employees could have less authority to investigate problem properties.


  5. RCMP boss wants warrantless access to online subscriber informationRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | Canadian Content

    ... authorization to obtain customer data linked to online activities. The high court rejected the notion the federal privacy law governing companies allowed them to hand over subscriber identities voluntarily. Police say telecommunications companies ...


  6. Daughter CatalinaRead the original story

    19 hrs ago | Presidia Creative

    ... of the cost of wind Lorenzo Taliaferro Jersey pollution levels maded by bigger non moving methods.. All these online privacy presents important info about variety, Consider in addition, disclosure of your details(Specifically to provide internet ...


  7. Security flaw can expose your real IP address when using a VPNRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Boy Genius

    Virtual private networks are supposed to help users protect their online privacy. VPN services obfuscate the user's real IP address by routing traffic through other international servers.


  8. Truven Health Analytics-NPR Health Poll Finds More Americans Plan to...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Information Technology

    ... Truven Health Analytics-NPR Health Poll has explored numerous health topics, including generic drugs, vaccines, data privacy, narcotic painkillers and sports-related concussions. NPR's reports on the surveys are archived online at the Shots health ...


  9. Mr. Wrap's bowl-season guide: It's all about the 'want to'Read the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Seattle Times

    ... belief that even acknowledging, in general terms, player injuries would be a violation of federal HIPAA patient-privacy rules - which clearly don't apply to football coaches. Next Week: Leach, in his usual patently offensive way, will claim that ...


  10. EU wants to give national privacy regulators more clout in new U.S. data pactRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | West Australian

    The European Union wants to enhance the power of the bloc's national privacy regulators in policing a planned new EU-U.S. data pact after the previous one was struck down by a top EU court on concerns about mass U.S. surveillance. Brussels and Washington are locked in negotiations to forge a new framework enabling data transfers from Europe to the United States, which are otherwise subject to cumbersome and lengthy legal processes under EU data protection law.


  11. View Press ReleaseRead the original story

    Yesterday | Business Wire

    ... Truven Health Analytics-NPR Health Poll has explored numerous health topics, including generic drugs, vaccines, data privacy, narcotic painkillers and sports-related concussions. NPR's reports on the surveys are archived online at the Shots health ...


  12. You Don't Have to Be a Tech Giant to Navigate the End of Safe Harbor By @ttul | @CloudExpo #CloudRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Linux

    For the last 15 years, companies operating in the United States and Europe have benefited from Safe Harbor - a streamlined process that allowed U.S. companies to transfer and store European citizens' data in the U.S. provided a level of privacy protections were adhered to according to outlined European standards. Recently, however, an Irish court has ruled, in a case brought by an Austrian citizen concerned about how Facebook was handling his private data, that the Safe Harbor agreement is inconsistent with European privacy law, as it did not require all organizations entitled to work with EU privacy-related data to comply with it.


  13. Tech industry defends encryption amid new questions following Paris attacksRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Stars and Stripes

    ... (BSA) mounted a strong defense of encryption technology, saying it is a critical tool that protects users' online privacy. "That is not the case. Encryption - rather than something to be feared - is a valuable tool millions of people rely on every ...


  14. Mary Keane-Dawson joins Neo@Ogilvy as UK managing directorRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Drum

    ... Mayor of London initiative London Tech Advocates, where she advises policy makers on the development of digital data privacy legislation.


  15. Email privacy bill moving ahead in the HouseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Washington Examiner

    A renewed focus on preventing domestic terrorism threats won't stop the House from holding a hearing next week on legislation that would bolster email privacy rights. The House Judiciary Committee plans to proceed with a Dec. 1 hearing on the Electronic Communications Privacy Act.


  16. Austrian High Court to Rule on Class Action Status in Facebook Privacy CaseRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | E-Commerce Times

    ... Austrian Supreme Court will consider whether a suit against Facebook Ireland can proceed as a class action. Austrian privacy activist Max Schrems brought the suit to challenge the transfer of private data to Facebook's European subsidiary in ...


  17. Elliptical Pool: An Even Nerdier Sport Than QuidditchRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Wired

    ... of the geekiest sport ever. Use of this site constitutes acceptance of our user agreement (effective 3/21/12) and privacy policy (effective 3/21/12). Affiliate link policy . Your California privacy rights . The material on this site may not be ...


  18. The rise of the data protection officerRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday |

    ... of data, especially if they are to operate in a compliant manner and implement strict best practices around data privacy. While the EU's attempt to unify data protection in a single law is admirable, it has sparked off huge debate. On the one hand ...


  19. Following Rejection of the Safe Harbor Agreement, AT Internet...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Customer Interaction Solutions

    Following Rejection of the Safe Harbor Agreement, AT Internet Analyses Impact and Affirms its Analytics Suite's Total Compliance With EU Legislation AT Internet, major player in the field of digital intelligence, responds to the European Court of Justice's decision to invalidate the Safe Harbor agreement, per the AT Internet affirms that its data privacy policies respect the requirements of the European Commission's Directive on Data Protection, as data collected and processed via the AT Internet solution is stored exclusively on French soil.


  20. Regulatory Scrutiny and Compliance Drive Demand from Law Firms and...Read the original story

    Yesterday | Sys-Con Media

    ... require data to be processed in China. Additionally, data often needs to be processed at a company's premises due to privacy concerns. Ediscovery solutions that allow clients to process data in country and onsite at a company's premises are ...