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Canada set to expand biometrics program for those entering Canada

Ottawa - Beginning this summer, Canada’s Ministry of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship will require biometric data from people from Europe, the Middle East and Africa coming to Canada to visit, work, study or immigrate.

Op-Ed: All 50 states receive 'lengthy request' for personal voter data

Richmond - President Trump's Advisory Commission on Election Integrity sent a letter to all 50 US states on Wednesday, asking for information on individual registered voters and plans to make that data public.

Hackers post private data of America's largest police union

Personal online files from the largest police union in the U.S. were leaked online Thursday after a hacker breached the website of the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP).

Op-Ed: It'll come as no surprise U.S. privacy confidence is at a new low

Last month I entered a bank to enquire about a new savings account it was offering. A staff member at the bank arranged a meeting, took my mobile phone number and name. Within a day my phone was hot with cold callers.

Op-Ed: Your check is in the mail, but don't cash it

It's that time of year again. You know what I mean, when unsuspecting people are inundated with scams involving everything from free gifts to free money, and all the victim has to do is give out their personal information.

Microsoft & Yahoo selling personal info for political gain

Just when you thought that internet privacy was already at its worst, along comes Microsoft and Yahoo, selling your information to politicians for campaign targeting gains.

Op-Ed: Going crazy for Facebook

The more Facebook changes, the more personal information we share with people we never intended to share the information with.

70 million Sony PlayStation accounts exposed in security breach

For over a week more than 70 million users of the Sony Playstation Network, 3 million in the UK alone, have been unable to access their accounts and yesterday the reason became apparent.

You Joined Facebook, Now They Own Your Information For Life

Everyone is joining Facebook. It's where all your friends are. But did you know that once you join Facebook, you could be a member for life? You can delete your account but Facebook retains copies of your information indefinitely.

How Much are We Willing to Pay for Online Privacy?

"Privacy is fast becoming the trendy concept in online marketing. An increasing number of companies are flaunting the steps they've taken to protect the privacy of their customers." But are consumers willing to pay for it?

Are you protecting personal information online??

Most of us would be in an impression that we are safe guarding our personal information online when using internet.

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A check in the mail is no guarantee of money in the hand.
A check in the mail is no guarantee of money in the hand.
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How safe is our credit information, really?
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