Tag Archives: privacy

Why We Need to See Your Face

by | March 5, 2015

Guest post by BillyBob Imagine a society where everyone wore a black ski mask and black robes; you could pretend to be anyone. There would be no need for criminals to worry; no one could identify them as it’s their right to wear a ski mask and not be required to show their face.  … Read more »

“Can’t Anything Be Private Anymore?”

by | January 24, 2015

In her latest opinion column in Peterborough This Week, Sarah Frank asks, “Can’t Anything Be Private Anymore?” Frank starts her article with a general discussion about personal privacy: Living in a society driven by new technologies and steered by highly-specialized marketing techniques, it’s no surprise that our level of personal privacy is declining — and… Read more »

Privacy bullies

by | May 14, 2014

The world is changing, we are, more and more able to express ourselves and be seen by the multitudes. That demands we change the times, but also that we watch where we step. But some have warned that C-13 would allow organizations to disclose personal information without a court order. The disclosures would also be… Read more »