Alarms are going off around the Internet with an apparent increase of ransomware which “immediately makes its presence known by encrypting files and demanding payment for the keys to unlock them.”
They finally did it: On Tuesday, the notorious file-sharing site The Pirate Bay came down. It’s a big move, considering the site’s prolific history of combating the law, but will it be enough?
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety has categorized booster seats in terms of the highest safety ratings to help parents and caregivers make decisions about the appropriate product for their family.
As we previewed here earlier today, the National Labor Relations Board has issued the remainder of the Purple Communications decision. The ruling, found at 361 NLRB No. 126 (Dec. 11, 2014), in effect creates a new substantive right of employees to use an employer’s computer networks and email systems to engage in union organizing.
On Wednesday, December 10, 2014, financial industry regulatory and enforcement agencies issued statements that their organizations will increase scrutiny of financial industry cybersecurity practices going forward.
Sometimes when there’s a hot button topic in the news, bloggers can be afraid to cover it. But not The Shriver Brief. For the writers there, sticky subjects like poverty and community justice are just another day on the blog.
We have written previously regarding the pitfalls of online contract formation, including where website operators fail to implement website terms in a manner that requires users to expressly accept such terms.
Alejandro Moreno—associate director of the Internal Medicine Residency Program at the University Medical Center Brackenridge in Austin—shares his insight into the Study of the CIA’s Detention and Interrogation Program, released by the U.S. Senate Select Committee on Intelligence on Tuesday, Dec. 9.
Last week, we talked about an employer’s obligations when it comes to an employee who has cancer. But what about an employee’s spouse? Does the employer have any legal obligations there?
When I was growing up, I spent Christmas with my family in Henderson, North Carolina. We would pile into my grandparents’ small house along with uncles, aunts, cousins, and dogs. It was crazy, but it was incredibly fun.