Shifting sands: The data breach litigation landscape in 2017

Jul 12, 2017 By: Kenneth N. Rashbaum

The smiling red skull glowing from the computer monitor is a rather rude indication that your computer or information system has been

Lawyer’s PRISM surveillance suit pushes forward

Oct 18, 2016 By: Melissa Sachs

The government must continue to face an attorney’s lawsuit saying its PRISM program unlawfully captures and intercepts substantially all emails American citizens

Are recordings made by police body cameras public or private?

Oct 10, 2016 By: Christy Klancher

In an effort to build trust between law enforcement members and the communities they serve in the wake of several controversial police shootings, recently the Department of Justice awarded $20 million to 100 police departments for the purchase of body cameras.

Allegations that Yahoo Scanned Hundreds of Millions of E-Mail Messages for U.S. Government

Oct 10, 2016 By: Craig Blakeley

Reportedly, Yahoo has for more than a year secretly scanned, at the request of United States government intelligence authorities, hundreds of millions of e-mail messages received by its users.

School Surveillance of Student Social Media Raises Privacy Concerns

May 2, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The Orlando, Florida public school system recently joined a growing number of schools around the country monitoring social media posts of students. The surveillance was launched in an effort to protect students.

EU Significantly Expands Data Protection Laws

Apr 25, 2016 By: Jeff Matsuura

The European Parliament recently expanded the scope of European data protection significantly.

Federal Judge Sides with Apple in iPhone Encryption Debate

Mar 3, 2016 By: Marissa Bartolucci

On Monday, U.S. Magistrate Judge James Orenstein found the government lacked authority, under the All Writs Act, to force Apple to break its own digital security protocols.