... The Justice Department and several Democrats are dead set on giving small wireless carriers companies their day in...
...were worried the legislation would create new government regulations for companies, while Democrats worried about privacy concerns. Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee Chairman...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
This week's installment of Tech Circuit brings new assignments for David Curle and Kelli Clark, among others; and a judicial scandal involving unfortunate courtroom attire. [MORE
...direction for a while." Rep. Dutch Ruppersberger, the top Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee, said he supports the restriction and doesn...
An Oregon proposal to make it easier for loved ones to access the "digital assets" of the deceased was turned back by the tech industry, arguing that the Stored Communcations Act and terms of service
Moving to strengthen the security of the United States' critical information infrastructure, President Barack Obama on Tuesday signed an executive order that calls upon federal agencies to review exi
Originally Published: National Law Journal
After a four-year tenure marked by an increased focus on privacy and aggressive consumer protection, Federal Trade Commission Chairman Jon Leibowitz announced Friday that he is stepping down on Febru
...ZTE Corp. is partly state-owned. The committee's top Democrat, Rep. C.A. Dutch Ruppersberger, said the U.S. National Counterintelligence Executive...
...no arrest. The bill with another powerful sponsor in the Democrat-led Assembly, Brooklyn's Joseph Lentol, would make it a state crime...
An en banc panel construed the CFAA narrowly in a 9-2 ruling, saying the anti-hacking law is not a tool to criminalize anyone who violates employer computer policies or a website's terms of service
Originally Published: The Recorder
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