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  • Harnessing Market Forces To Confront Cyber Risk

    Corporations are currently not doing enough to address cyber risks, nor are those risks being addressed appropriately by the markets – specifically by investors, credit rating agencies and insurers – according an article from the Lawfare Institute....

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  • You Have The Right To Confront Your Accuser. What If Your Accuser Is An Algorithm?

    In criminal proceedings it’s become increasingly common for software-based technology to be used in garnering or processing evidence, or to calculate a sentence. Defense attorneys who want to challenge these processes often find that courts are willing...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Supreme Court Changing Where You Can Be Sued

    In three decisions over the past five years, the Supreme Court has curtailed the power of U.S. courts over out-of-state and international defendants by restricting both general and specific jurisdiction. Litigation is being routed to where the...

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  • Every Adult In Bulgaria Hacked; Suspect Works For A Security Firm

    Following a hack of the Bulgarian tax authority, resulting in the theft of personal data on virtually every adult in the country, police arrested a Bulgarian cybersecurity expert who works for a US firm that specializes in...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Make Sure Employees On The Stand Understand Privilege

    In a Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA) class action targeting 7-11, the plaintiffs wanted to see a slew of emails involving a company HR rep, the company’s in-house attorneys, and its outside law firm. The emails pertained...

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  • Cyber “Advanced Persistent Threats” Lurk Before Striking

    Some of the most insidious and sophisticated cyber attacks against organizations take the form of “Advanced Persistent Threats.” The key to how APTs work is stealth. An initial breach may employ conventional hacking strategies, like phishing or...

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  • Lawyer Gets 5 Years In Porn-Trolling Scam

    One of two former attorneys who orchestrated a porn trolling scheme has received a five-year sentence in federal court in Minnesota. He got a reduced sentence for cooperating in the prosecution of his partner, who got 14...

    • Posted 2 months ago
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  • Alternative Billing Appears To Be Mostly Talk

    Not for lack of encouragement from the corporate clients, but big law firms are not actually doing much alternative billing, according to an analysis from Bloomberg – even though about three out of four of the 100...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Is “The Constitutional Question of the Twenty-First Century” Now Before The Ninth Circuit?

    According to one of the attorneys in the so-called climate kids’ lawsuit the answer is yes, and New Yorker writer Carolyn Kormann appears to be sympathetic. She concludes her article about the case with an excerpt from...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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  • Why Prisons Are Banning Computer Tech Books

    Oregon joins a number of other state in adding a variety of books about computer technology and coding to the list of materials that inmates in its prisons are not allowed to access. In Oregon, titles such...

    • Posted 3 months ago
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