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Injunction Imposed in Volkswagen Car Hacking Case: Public Safety Favored Over Transparency
By Jonathan Sapp – Edited by Alex Shank

A British high court enjoined Flavio Garcia from publishing an academic paper that sought to expose weaknesses in Volkswagen’s automobile security systems. In the paper, Garcia revealed secret codes used to activate the ignition systems of several luxury vehicles. The court’s ruling is the latest in the battle against researchers using hacking to expose security systems’ flaws.

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Posted On Aug - 10 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Unwanted Exposure: Civil and Criminal Liability for Revenge Porn Hosts and Posters

Written by: Susanna Lichter
Edited by: Suzanne Van Arsdale

Hollie Toups, the first named plaintiff in Toups v. GoDaddy, was harassed for weeks after nude pictures of her appeared on the website Texxxan.com alongside her real name and a link to her Facebook profile. When Toups requested that Texxxan.com remove the pictures, she was told by the website that they could help in exchange for her credit card information.[i] Texxxan.com is a “revenge porn” or “involuntary porn” website.[ii]

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Posted On May - 28 - 2013 2 Comments READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Jessica Vosgerchian

Phishing Attack Used to Steal Bitcoins

Court Documents Reveal FBI Cellphone Surveillance Tool and Verizon’s Involvement

Google Introduced New Tool for Managing Digital Afterlife

Lithuania Monitors Suspected Tax Fraud with Google Maps Street View

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Posted On Apr - 15 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST

Flash Digest: News in Brief

By Samantha Rothberg

Reuters Employee Indicted for Conspiring with Anonymous to Hack News Site

Federal Judge Allows FTC to Serve International Defendants via Facebook

D.C. Circuit Reinstates ACLU Lawsuit Seeking Information on CIA’s Role in Drone Strikes

Google Settles Street View Lawsuit, Acknowledges Privacy Violations

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Posted On Mar - 18 - 2013 Comments Off READ FULL POST
By Susanna Lichter Fair Use Defense Bolstered by 7th Circuit Decision in South Park Viral Video Lawsuit In a victory for fair use proponents, the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a District Court’s grant of a motion to dismiss based on fair use before any discovery took place in a lawsuit between the makers of the South Park television show and plaintiff Brownmark Films, LLC. Judge Cudahy found South Park’s substantial recreation of Brownmark Films’ viral video “What What ... Read More...
Posted On Jul - 2 - 2012 Comments Off READ FULL POST
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