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Give your loved ones a little Privacy this holiday

Do your loved ones have toys on their wish lists this holiday? A stuffed animal for a little one… a cell phone or a camera for a teen? These days, these toys and gadgets are more than they used to be. Just a few years ago a stuffed animal was something to cuddle with and a phone was, well, just a phone! Now, many stuffed animals come with codes that allow kids to register them online so that they can play games, feed and care for them, and even chat and play with other kids. And many cellphones are phones, computers and cameras, all in one.

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How a severe pandemic might affect your personal information

Now that Canada has officially entered the “second wave” of the H1N1 flu season, and the United States President has proclaimed the H1N1 pandemic to be a national emergency, Canadians are staring at the possibility of a significant flu outbreak. The sense of concern and urgency about how to respond to this situation presents interesting challenges for protecting the right to privacy.

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Deep packet inspection and the thoughts of some experts

How does society reconcile the technological benefits and privacy impacts of new technology? Deep packet inspection is just one seemingly neutral technological application that can have a significant impact on privacy rights and other basic civil liberties, especially as market forces, the enthusiasm of technologists and the influence of national security
interests grow stronger.

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