One. Prime Minister of Canadian Government Stephen Harper participates in the concert with the Herringbone band at the National Arts Center in Ottawa on Saturday. The PM’s piano performance was a hit on YouTube.
Two. 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.
Three. Cyber-crooks evidently used “phishing” tactics to trick users of free web-based e-mail service into revealing account and access information. Google and Yahoo! joined a growing roster of the web-based e-mail service providers with users duped by hackers into betraying passwords to accounts.
Four. Rogers will no longer be the sole carrier of iPhone as BCE and Telus upgrade technology to also offer the service next month.
Five. Turkey’s central bank governor Dumus Yilmaz and Canadian Finance Minister Jim Flaherty were named the year’s top financial policy-makers by Euromoney magazine.