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  • More FUD from the Mainstream Media?

    by Gib Sorebo on November 11, 2009

    Many of you may have watched the “60 Minutes” segment on Sunday entitled “Sabotaging the System.” The 20-minute segment highlighted a number of alleged past and potential cyber attacks, including power outages in Brazil, an attack on the military’s Central Command, and theft of millions through hacks of ATM networks. Beyond somelegitimate disputes as to whether the Brazilian blackouts were caused…

  • California Health Care Data Protection Law Addresses Worker Snooping

    by Stephen Wu on April 12, 2009

    Last year, Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger signed into law new data protection laws to prevent health care workers from peeking at celebrities’ medical records, although the legislation strikes at lax data protection practices generally. The scope of the security breaches at the UCLA Medical Center is impressive in terms of the number of people involved, the number of records viewed, and the long…

  • Welcome to the eDiscovery, Digital Evidence and Cybersecurity Law Blog

    by Stephen Wu on September 30, 2008

    The information security and legal worlds began traveling on an accelerated convergence path in 2006. Two major developments contributing to this convergence: The 2006 amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, and the tsunami of digital information destined to become digital evidence generated. Other legal developments involve constitutional issues involving privacy, identity theft, and…

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