Category Archives: Data privacy

19 Jul

CyberLife: Social Media, Right-of-Publicity and Consenting to Terms of Service

On July 19, 2017 Executive Managing Partner Daniel Garrie published “CyberLife: Social Media, Right-of-Publicity and Consenting to Terms of Service” in the Legal Executive Institute blog. The past few years have seen a surge of activity in right-of-publicity litigation related to social media. Cases such as Fraley v. Facebook and Perkins v. LinkedIn addressed social media websites’ unauthorized use

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03 Feb

Risk Managers Should Step Up As SEC Targets Cyber Security

2014 brought companies like Sony Pictures Entertainment Inc., Domino’s Pizza, eBay Inc., and the US Postal Service to the front page news as victims of cyber hacking. The reality is that cyber hacking is costing companies not only a headache and their reputation, but a whole lot of money. Despite statistics that show over $445

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10 Feb

Guidance for the Bench and the Bar to Better be Able to Review and Understand Digital Forensic Report. (Part 3 of 4)

A digital forensics expert can be used in a variety of ways: as an expert witness, for litigation support, to conduct Non-Invasive Data Acquisition (NIDA), to proactively investigate potential disputes prior to litigation, or to recover data negligently or intentionally destroyed. Over the last several years commercial hardware and software vendors who specialize in digital

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