Your daily round-up of all the news that’s fit to click.
1. RIP Hotmail: Microsoft is revamping its email service, renaming it Outlook.com.
2. Two missing USB keys full of voter information could mean privacy breaches for up to 4 million Ontario residents, according to an investigation into “systemic failures” at Elections Ontario.
3. The board of Saadi Gaddafi’s $1.6 million Toronto condo has placed a lien on the property, since the son of the late Libyan dictator Muammar Gaddafi hasn’t paid his fees.
1. Okay, so he lost, but Toronto tennis player Milos Raonic’s match today against France’s Jo-Wilfried Tsonga was the longest in Olympic history at just under four hours.
2. Toronto, meet your new chief planner: Jennifer Keesmaat, a partner in a design firm and a former CBC columnist, will take over Gary Wright’s former job in September.
3. Taxi drivers are free to use the washrooms at Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport after the Port Authority reversed a ban set on July 17.