...been terminated, according to a recent study by the Ponemon Institute and Experian Data Breach Resolution. The study, ...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
...Plano, Texas. He previously worked as vice president of information policy at Experian, most well-known for its credit reports. The organization's...
When it comes to privately owned (or privately held) companies, sometimes a wealth of corporate information just isn't available. Research librarian Jocelyn Stilwell-Tong tells you where to look
Originally Published: The Recorder
The use of keyword advertising, where words are linked to advertisements in a web page, may stretch the Lanham Act's limits. Attorneys Craig S. Hilliard and Erica R. Heyer look at the influence of a
Keyword advertising, the purchase of generic or trademarked keywords to trigger sponsored ads alongside the list of search engine results, has spawned a raft of litigation. Richard Raysman of Holland
New York has taken a substantial step in protecting its citizens and their Social Security numbers against identity theft. Prosecutors and the New York State Consumer Protection Board now have additi
FRCP 34(a) enables a party, in certain situations, to collect an opponent's electronic data and associated metadata, itself. The assistance of an organization's IT team in navigating these situations
E-discovery requires law firms and companies to store and sift through massive amounts of data. Information lifecycle management, or ILM, is touted as a low-cost, low-labor way to get the work done.
From phishing to pharming to the simple heisting of personal papers from wallets and garbage cans, no technology issue should concern businesses, individuals and government regulators more than Inter
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