A New Legal Approach to Defending Email Privacy

A Q&A with Ray Gallo of Gallo LLP

In January, University of California Berkley students brought a claim against Google alleging that the company was violating the Electronic Communications Privacy Act by using college emails to target ads to the students. I asked attorney Ray Gallo about his work on behalf of the students and how this case, which is currently focused on individuals and not a large class action, is different from its predecessors both in scope and strategy.

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Paying Ransom

RansomwareA Q&A with Luke Emrich of RSM

Recently, a lawyer contacted us, inquiring about how to find and obtain bitcoins for a client’s data that was being held ransom. As ransomware becomes more common, more organizations will need to ask hard questions about how and when to pay off criminals to protect their data. I spoke with Luke Emrich, security and privacy supervisor at RSM US about this growing phenomenon and what organizations need to know.

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