Oct 062009
 
 October 6, 2009  Non-U.S., Online, Youth & Schools

Sarah Schmidt reports:

Young Canadians need to “think twice” about how much personal information they post on the Internet and take greater responsibility for how they live their online lives, Canada’s privacy czar warned Tuesday.

Noting many people have been fired, missed out on job interviews and academic opportunities for their over-sharing online, Jennifer Stoddart delivered her blunt message when she tabled her annual report to Parliament on Canada’s privacy-sector privacy law.

Read more on Canada.com

Related: Annual Report to Parliament 2008: Report on the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (pdf)

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