Computerworld reported that a hacker group published what it “claims is about 1 million unique device identifier numbers (UDIDs) for Apple devices that it said it accessed earlier this year from a computer belonging to an FBI agent.”
Crime (Policy) Does Pay – Sixth Circuit Holds That Endorsement of Crime Policy Covers Losses from Hacker’s Data Breach*
Cyber hacking, data breaches and privacy concerns have become commonplace headlines. While not always front page news, one study reported on 1,700 instances of computer hacking, cyber terrorism, and other data breaches in the past seven years, resulting in some 900 million compromised records.
Last week, Paul Ryan accepted the nomination for Vice President. In his acceptance speech, he cited “Obamacare” as the greatest threat to Medicare, but many hospitals view the expansion of coverage for low-income individuals positively.
This summer, several states enacted legislation addressing a broad range of privacy issues including data breach notification, health care privacy, employer access to employees’ and applicants’ social networking accounts, the collection of Social Security numbers, and telemarketing.
Winning When Everyone is Mad at You: How Waging Peace and Reducing Contention Can Bring Success — Seven Strategies
Wherever there is conflict, confrontation and crisis, there is contention. In today’s Twitter, Blogger and bloviater dominated world, working to resolve important issues, questions and decisions often begins very contentiously and ends only after one side is beaten and leaves the field
I always enjoyed James Brown singing Living in America. The republicans played that song during their convention and now I can’t get it out of my head. There was a time many years ago when I had two VHS James Brown concert tapes. They were awesome.
Labor Day has come and gone. The kids are back in school. The air is cooler and the nights are longer. There’s a definite autumnal feeling in the air. It is time to get back to work. Fortunately, The D&O Diary kept its eye on things over the summer.
Even 50 years after her death, Marilyn Monroe continues to remain relevant. In a strongly worded Opinion (available here) last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled that the Estate of Marilyn Monroe does not have the right to stop others from using Marilyn Monroe’s name and likeness.
Janine Popick (@janinepopick), CEO and founder of VerticalResponse, an online marketing company, in an article in Inc., writes that a secret to successful social media marketing is to use what you’ve already got. Don’t think you have anything? Think again.