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People vs. Diaz Fails to Consider Enterprise Data on Mobile Devices

On October 10, California Governor Jerry Brown vetoed a proposed law, SB 914, which would have required the police to obtain a warrant to search the cell phones, laptops or tablet computers of individuals who are arrested or detained by … Continue reading

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Privacy and Security – Does Anyone REALLY Care?

There has recently been a spate of data breaches and reported cyber-attacks. Epsilon, and SONY PlayStation have lost data on millions; Amazon’s Cloud services were taken down; the RSA SecureID token was compromised, and the South Korean financial institution Nonghyup … Continue reading

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Prescribing Universal Privacy Practices is Simply Unattainable

The protection of personal information, particularly the accumulation of data about a person that could be used to identify and target an individual, has become a topic of increasing concern. A recent The Wall Street Journal article outlines the Obama … Continue reading

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