Monthly Archives: May 2014

And You Thought Your Teenager’s Cell Phone Bill Was High…NFL Team’s Texts Cost $3 Million

Fans everywhere like to complain about their team’s picks in the NFL draft. Maybe their team drafted a quarterback instead of a cornerback, or maybe it fell for that highly overrated prospect. Most such complaints stay safely in the realm

Posted in Privacy

The Next Generation of Data Breach Notice Law — Florida’s Information Protection Act of 2014

In a harbinger of data-breach-laws to come, the Florida State Legislature just passed a new Florida Information Protection Act, which establishes tough new notification requirements for businesses and governmental entities. With the rapid increase in data breaches and growing awareness

Posted in Data Breach
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