Tag Archives: breach of privacy

Political computer hacking: can you sue?

A sharp, informative tidbit from a cyberlaw publication which, given the recent Russian hacks of the various Democratic committees and data bases, might suggest something to a lot of us. Question: would it be a class action lawsuit, and who … Continue reading

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“Door May Open for Challenge to Secret Wiretaps”

Although I am, of course, fascinated by the complex of stories and legal and emotional arguments regarding privacy, security, leaks and the NSA, I haven’t found an issue that can meet my (very loose) criteria for reporting anything about this … Continue reading

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Revenge porn webs sites? Oh gee…

Every day in every way I am astounded at what is going on out there on the thing that used to be called the World Wide Web. The gross nastiness astounds me. The utter absence of self-consciousness mixed with the … Continue reading

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