Mass AG Starts Equifax Litigation Derby

Equifax’s data breach involving the sensitive and personal information of 143 million consumers has sparked a national outcry and, investigations by over 30 state Attorneys General and the Federal Trade Commission.  Last week, Massachusetts became the first state to commence litigation against Equifax and is now considering amending its data breach law in response. EQUIFAX…

CLBR #271: Hamilton 68 and Securing Democracy

Hamilton 68 and Securing Democracy With Laura Rosenberger and Jamie Fly Laura Rosenberger and Jamie Fly from the German Marshall Fund’s Alliance for Securing Democracy discuss their latest project – Hamilton 68 a real-time dashboard that provides a near real-time look at Russian propaganda and disinformation efforts online.  The dashboard gets its name from Federalist Paper No. 68…

DNC Donors Bring Privacy Lawsuit Against Trump Campaign Based on Alleged Collusion

The Russian 2016 election hacking story has taken a new turn.  Three victims of the Wikileaks dump of DNC files have filed a lawsuit against the Donald Trump for President campaign and campaign advisor Roger Stone who has admitted to having a “back channel” to WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange.  The Complaint opens up yet another…

CLBR Episode #93: Dan Tynan on Facebook, Broken Internet, Banana Endorsements, Dan Ackroyd and the Big East

DAN TYNAN RETURNS TO CLBR For a Free Wheeling Discussion on Facebook Likes, Broken Internets, Banana Endorsements and a Surprise Dan Ackroyd Appearance (Kind of) Background More Privacy Perils: Facebook Data Is Greater Than The Sum Of Your Likes (Forbes) The Internet: You broke it, you own it. Now fix it. Would you trust a LinkedIn…