The Internet has replaced many things in people’s lives. But is your favorite comedy routine one of them?
We are well out of the .com bubble, but tech companies still form and fail.
This is the third in a series of blogs examining the rapid development of the Internet of Things (IoT) and its consequential impact on product liability risk.
The saying – never let them see you sweat – soon may be more difficult to accomplish with Microsoft’s Hololens.
A person who makes an accidental “pocket dialed” call has no reasonable expectation of privacy in the conversations exposed to the person who picks up that call, the Sixth Circuit ruled last week.
A leaked draft proposal posted by StateWatch and created by the European Commission reports that most Member States appear to be in favour of introducing a three-tiered fine system for non-compliance with EU data protection rules.
The Payment Card Industry Security Standards Council (‘PCI SSC’) has had a busy year thus far updating both its Card Production Security Requirements and its Data Security Standards (‘PCI DSS’).
In July 2011 UCLA Health settled HIPAA violation, paid a fine of $865,000, and “committed to a corrective action plan aimed at remedying gaps in its compliance with the rules,” but they were not prepared for a 2014 cyberattack because of July 17, 2015 UCLA issued a press release where it admitted a new HIPAA violation affecting up to 4.5 million patients “believed to be the work of criminal hackers”
TripAdvisor did NOT mislead its users on the truthfulness of reviews published on its site, and the € 500K fine previously issued shall be cancelled.