May 262015
 

Charlie Osborne reports: Security researchers have tracked commuters with over 90 percent accuracy through accelerometer data stolen from Android smartphones. In a paper describing the research, titled “We Can Track You If You Take the Metro: Tracking Metro Riders Using Accelerometers on Smartphones” (.PDF), a security team hailing from Nanjing University, [Read More…]

May 262015
 
 May 26, 2015  Breaches, Court, Non-U.S. No Responses »

Sepideh Alavi writes: Many organizations publish a privacy policy as a means of prescribed disclosures and obtaining required informed consent to their personal information practices (e.g. how the organization collects, uses, discloses and corrects personal information). Under Canadian law, an organization is required to protect personal information in the organization’s [Read More…]