NY Times Blogger’s Predictions for Technology in 2014 – Privacy Implications

A recent piece by NY Times Bits blogger Nick Bilton, Disruptions: “Coming in 2014: Extremely Smart Watches and Wearable TVs” described his predictions for technology in 2014, many of which have significant privacy and security implications. It described a certain type of data convergence, where cloud and mobility merge to paint a more accurate picture…

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After the Breach – A Legal Target (Volume Il: The Losers)

  In Volume l, I discussed the liability that Target may have to its customers as a result of the data breach. But that is only the beginning of Target’s potential legal woes.  You see, when there is a massive data breach, there are a lot of players involved, and they all tend to blame each other. …

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After the Breach – A Legal Target (Volume I)

In  the wake of the massive Target data breach, consumers and others may be inclined to go to their lawyers and ask the stupidest question you can ever ask a lawyer, “can I sue?” The answer to that question is always, “yes.” And what would you sue for?  The answer to that one is, “for…

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2014 Year In Review – Privacy and Security

Wow, what a year 2014 was.  Most people write a “year in review” at the end of the year.  I decided to beat the rush and write my 2014 privacy and security year in review now.  So, what a year.  Some pretty interesting developments. Politics Well, this was the year that Congress finally got around to debating…

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2014 Year In Review – Privacy and Security

Wow, what a year 2014 was.  Most people write a “year in review” at the end of the year.  I decided to beat the rush and write my 2014 privacy and security year in review now.  So, what a year.  Some pretty interesting developments. Politics Well, this was the year that Congress finally got around to debating…

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