Aaron Swartz's suicide last Friday triggered criticism of prosecutors who charged the political activist in 2011 in Boston federal district court with the unauthorized use of a university's network t
Originally Published: National Law Journal
Data breaches carry serious financial risk, including business interruption losses, regulatory fines, and civil damages. Judy Selby, partner at Baker Hostetler, explains how insurance can help manage
Connecticut, Massachusetts and Nevada enacted laws requiring businesses to institute compliance to secure personal data from identity theft. Nick Akerman and Melissa J. Krasnow, partners at Dorsey &
In addition to the bad publicity and regulatory scrutiny that follow data breaches, corporations also face costly civil litigation. As the legal landscape grows more and more digital, law firms shoul
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