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Video: Lathrop's Bandlow On Liability From Social Media

Lincoln Bandlow, Esq., of Lathrop & Gage LLP spoke during the "Social Media Maze: Liability in Behavioral Advertising and Social Media" session during the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum , hosted by HB Litigation Conferences in Philadelphia on June...

Video: Kroll's Prendergast On Data Breach Preparedness

Rick Prendergast of Kroll Fraud Solutions spoke at the NetDiligence® 2nd Annual Cyber Risk & Privacy Liability Forum , hosted by HB Litigation Conferences in Philadelphia on June 9, 2011 and explained why many companies are re-thinking their data breach preparedness. He also described the forensics...

Video: Raether On Forensic Analysis, Employees As Biggest Threat To Security

Ronald Raether Jr., Esq., CIPP, of Faruki Ireland & Cox P.L.L. , talked about the forensics process following a cyber breach and described why employees can be the biggest threat to a company's cyber security. Raether spoke during the "Solving Special Computer Security Issues" session...

Pennsylvania's Pending Privacy Protection Act Would Prohibit Disclosure of Access To Social Media Accounts

The Social Media Privacy Protection Act (available here) is new legislation pending in the Pennsylvania General Assembly. The proposed legislation is a response to the near-universal outrage over employers requesting Facebook and other social media passwords from job applicants . The Act is short and...

Troutman Sanders LLP: 'Facing' Reality: Facebook Knows What You Look Like

It's a bit odd to think that about whether you have a privacy right in what you look like. But as companies continue to gather enormous amounts of all kinds of data - including faces - and wrestle with whether they can monetize that data, the fear of "Big Brother" continues to spark debate...

Delaware Workplace Privacy Act Protects Student Facebook Posts' Privacy

Delaware's Workplace Privacy Act (H.B. 308) , died with the end of the legislative session. As readers know from my several prior posts, I won't exactly be mourning the loss. The Bill's companion legislation, H.B. 309, did survive, however, passed by the State Senate during its final session...