Is the ‘right to be forgotten’ on Google contrary to the public good?

By Anna Gale, Fueled There have always been concerns about how users can protect themselves online, even before the Internet became as prevalent in people’s lives as it is now. Every now and then,

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Privacy community disapproves of privacy commissioner nominee

The federal government has announced its nominee for the next privacy commissioner of Canada - however, there has been a fair amount of dissension surrounding its choice. Last week, Prime Minister Stephen Harper

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Privacy watchdog’s Web sweep looks for poor privacy policies

Businesses who collect their customers’ data online need to be clear and transparent in their privacy policies or risk breaking privacy laws, says Jennifer Stoddart, the federal privacy commissioner. From May 6 to

Share on LinkedIn Comment on this article Share with Google+ Published on: May 8th, 2013 Candice So