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The California Legislature has delayed its plans to expand the scope of the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”) and make all of its provisions apply... Read More »
On April 20, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court granted writ of certiorari in Van Buren v. United States to consider whether a person who is authorized to access... Read More »
On August 20, 2020, former Uber Chief Security Officer Joe Sullivan was charged with obstruction of justice and misprision of a felony for knowingly concealing a hack ... Read More »
With the rapid spread of COVID-19, countries around the world are implementing contact-tracing practices, which involve identifying people who may have COVID-19 and... Read More »
Written by: Brian Reece & Melanie Seelig On August 14, 2020, the Office of Administrative Law (“OAL”) approved the final regulations for the... Read More »
In June 2019, Maine’s state legislature passed the country’s first privacy law specifically regulating Internet Service Providers (“ISPs”)... Read More »
In March 2020, Washington state passed the first law expressly regulating the government’s use of facial recognition technology and the service providers who... Read More »
The FDA recently issued a draft guidance document intended to “to ensure that least burdensome principles are implemented for all device-related applications... Read More »
The perfect confidentiality agreements is, in most cases, overkill and in any event would probably never be signed.  Hundreds, if not thousands, of CDAs, NDAs... Read More »
By Orla O'Hannaidh Womble Carlyle Sandridge & Rice, LLP A social media policy or a set of guidelines helps your employees make smarter decisions when... Read More »
Third-party content is the driving force of the Internet. While you can get media off of official websites and the like, your go-to place to find media is likely on a ... Read More »
Researchers at MIT's Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory evaluated 36 commonly used smartphone applications. Principle investigator Hal... Read More »
Imagine a rabbit-sized drone hovering over your Fourth of July backyard barbeque, covert and stealthy, scanning the property for expired license plates, wanted... Read More »
When the boys came home from World War II, the US changed forever. An economic boom, a baby boom, new technology, new ideas, new ways of looking at the world and our... Read More »
YOU are the product. This is the not-so-secret wisdom that accompanies the inevitable question of how some online ventures can become profitable. Like the 20th... Read More »
Google co-founder Sergey Brin believes there is a rising threat to the Internet the likes of which the world has not seen before. It just so happens that the biggest... Read More »
Nicholas Merill, the first internet service provider (ISP) executive to defy the FBI's gag order on their request for him to turn over confidential information... Read More »
The Utah Department of Technology Services (DTS) and Utah Department of Health today announced up to 255,000 additional people had their Social Security numbers... Read More »
Unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technologies have advanced tremendously thanks to their successful development and use in the Iraq and Afghanistan wars. These machines, ... Read More »
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Alvin SchaefferApparently some man was arrested today with drone evidence too in North Dakota.
Apr 10, 2012
Anonymous Interesting that these sorts of decisions are being made under the radar. A webinar today, drones in the streets years from now.
Apr 10, 2012
We have all heard at one point that you cannot believe everything you read.  This is especially true when it comes to content on the Internet.  While we... Read More »