Monthly Archives: January 2015

If You Post It, Your Opponent Can Probably Discover It

Earlier this week, our friends at the Property Insurance Law Observer wrote an article about a recent decision involving discovery of pictures posted to a plaintiff’s Facebook page.  The court found that the plaintiff had a lower expectation of privacy in

Posted in Discovery, Litigation, Privacy, Social Media

Time to Get Rid of Those Post-it Notes with All Your Passwords!!!

Cozen O’Connor’s Health Law Informer recently ran a timely piece that should be of interest to everyone.  The article describes a new law signed by New Jersey Governor Chris Christie requiring health insurance carriers to encrypt or otherwise secure computerized

Posted in Data Breach, Data Security, Privacy

A New Kind of Architecture: The President’s New Agenda on Cybersecurity

“[I]f we don’t put in place the kind of architecture that can prevent these attacks from taking place, this is not just going to be affecting movies, this is going to be affecting our entire economy in ways that are

Posted in Legislation, Standards
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