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  1. Alps Crash Co-Pilot 'Treated For Eye Condition'Read the original story w/Photo

    3 min ago | Sky News

    ... and on 10 March. The hospital has an eye clinic, but it did not comment on why he was being treated citing patient privacy laws. German police have found medicines for treating psychological conditions during searches at Lubitz's home in Dusseldorf, ...

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  2. Alps Crash Co-Pilot 'Treated For Eye Condition'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | LBC 97.3

    ... and on 10 March. The hospital has an eye clinic, but it did not comment on why he was being treated citing patient privacy laws. German police have found medicines for treating psychological conditions during searches at Lubitz's home in Dusseldorf, ...

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  3. ICYMI: Manchester RadioShack Customers: Your Personal Data May be SoldRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Patch.com

    ... email list. "Our office is aware of the matter, and we are working with Texas and other states to protect consumer privacy," said Jaclyn Falkowski, spokesperson for the office. General Wireless , which is owned by hedge fund Standard General, had ...

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  4. Jeb Bush's Education Foundation Offering Online Courses Promoting Common CoreRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Breitbart.com

    ... bill (Race to the Top) as he urged states to adopt the standards. The description of Bush's foundation's online Data Privacy course - which is co-sponsored by the Data Quality Campaign - starts out by emphasizing how crucial data collection is for ...

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  5. Medical Privacy Rules Let Germanwings Co-Pilot Conceal IllnessRead the original story

    1 hr ago | The Washington Post

    Ignoring instructions from his doctor, who certified him unfit to fly on the day the plane crashed into the French Alps, the 27-year-old appears to have single-mindedly set in motion the chain of events that resulted in the worst air disaster for the low-cost airline and its parent Deutsche Lufthansa AG, killing all 150 people on board. Strict medical privacy laws mean the companies were oblivious to the potential dangers lurking in Lubitz's mind as the first officer took the plane into a steep descent over the region that members of his local gliding club, where he developed his passion for flying, had toured in the past.

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  6. ICYMI: Norwalk RadioShack Customers: Your Personal Data May be Sold in AuctionRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Patch.com

    ... email list. "Our office is aware of the matter, and we are working with Texas and other states to protect consumer privacy," said Jaclyn Falkowski, spokesperson for the office. General Wireless , which is owned by hedge fund Standard General, had ...

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  7. German pilot in crash had vision problems, officials sayRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Boston.com

    ... on Saturday, a spokeswoman would not comment on whether he had sought treatment for vision problems, citing patient privacy laws. The hospital has an eye clinic. On Friday the hospital denied speculation that Lubitz had sought treatment for ...

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  8. Eastern Passages: When Kafka comes to the airportRead the original story

    4 hrs ago | Nova News Now

    Earlier this week, I wrote a column about Bill C-51 and that bill's remarkable assault on privacy rights. In this column, I want to look at a single word.

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  9. Google loses bid to prevent Apple Safari users suing it over privacy breachesRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | The Drum

    Google has lost its attempt to prevent UK users of Apple's Safari browser from suing it over tracking cookies and privacy violations. The landmark ruling paves the way or Apple users to sue the search giant, which had tried to convince the Court of Appeal to block privacy lawsuits from three complainants.

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  10. South Whidbey School Board drops requester identification policyRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | South Whidbey Record

    ... itself an illegal retaliatory measure designed to "shame and silence" him. "It violates state and federal student privacy laws. It violates community bonds. It violates common decency," said Hood, reading from a prepared statement. public documents, ...

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  11. Cases show vulnerability of privacy with spy camsRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press

    ... court judge called it a "wilful intrusion into a location where there was an extremely high expectation of personal privacy, essentially inside a woman's skirt" but granted him a conditional discharge to spare him from having a conviction on his ...

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  12. Why the final moments inside the Germanwings cockpit are heard and not seenRead the original story w/Photo

    8 hrs ago | Thanh Nein News

    ... in part, is that airline pilots and their unions have argued vigorously against what they see as an invasion of privacy that would not improve aviation safety. Even after the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks saw virtually all airplanes equipped ...

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  13. VB board: Allegations investigatedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | TheCourier.com

    ... sexually assaulted as a member of the team. The school board said it "cannot discuss specifics" because of student privacy laws. In a statement, the school board said Superintendent Tim Myers, football coach Kevin Shoup and Principal Mike Brand ...

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  14. Threat-Sharing Legislation RevealedRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | NewsFactor

    ... likely run by the Department of Homeland Security. Similar efforts have foundered in previous years over concerns by privacy groups that personal information held by companies would end up in the hands of the National Security Agency, the expertise. ...

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  15. A New Approach To KOL ProfilingRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | LivePressWorld

    ... to digest, degrees of detail and analytics to match their clients' needs, adherence to their clients' specific data privacy requirements, and transparency with KOLs themselves. Commenting on the launch of these Live Profiles, Dr Sanjay Singhvi, ...

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  16. Short takes for March 27Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Marshall Independent

    We hope the work Sen. Amy Klobuchar is doing to help ensure our personal privacy in our vehicles pays off. The Democratic senator from Minnesota, along with Republican Sen. John Hoeven of North Dakota, on Tuesday reintroduced the Driver Privacy Act, legislation that protects a driver's personal privacy by making it clear that the owner of a vehicle is also the owner of any information collected by what is called an Event Data Recorder .

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  17. The view from the 49th Parallel: In support of bill C-51Read the original story

    13 hrs ago | Jerusalem Post

    On Tuesday, March 24 I had the privilege of presenting testimony to the Standing Committee hearings into the Canadian Government's proposed Anti-Terrorism Act - Bill C-51. In my remarks, which supported the proposed legislation, I was careful to acknowledge the legitimate privacy concerns voiced by many Canadians.

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  18. NewsBethel ParkVandalism prompts more cameras at Bethel Park High...Read the original story

    Yesterday | The Almanac

    ... said they deal with some vandalism every school year, but this year it is especially problematic. Due to obvious privacy concerns, no cameras will be inside the restrooms. Instead, they will be installed in the hallway outside. Security guards will ...

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  19. Report raises alarm on connected cars spying on Canadian motoristsRead the original story

    Yesterday | ITWorld Canada

    Modern cars with sensors and computers that are able to collect information about the people operating them have become very efficient "data harvesting machines" that are violating Canadian privacy laws, according to a report. The same technologies that enable manufacturers to build safer vehicles that also provide better entertainment are also facilitating the collection of vast databases of information about drivers in order to gain revenue generating "actionable insights" for businesses, according to a study funded by the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada and released today by the British Columbia Freedom of Information and Privacy Association .

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  20. NewsBethel ParkBethel Park School District purchases maintenance...Read the original story

    Thursday | The Almanac

    ... school to thwart a recent rash of vandalism in the restrooms. No cameras will be placed inside the restrooms due to privacy concerns, but additional cameras will be installed in the hallway outside. Cost for the cameras is $4,372. The board also ...

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