Search Results for: ashley

Posted

On December 14, 2016, operators of online extramarital dating and social networking website AshleyMadison.com came to an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission, and several States, to settle FTC…

Posted

We’ve previously written about the distinctions between hacking credit and other financial data in comparison to hacking private information. (See Ashley Madison and Coming to “Terms” with Data Protection.)…

Posted

Colleagues Rafi Azim-Khan, head of Pillsbury’s Data Privacy practice in Europe, and counsel Steven Farmer recently penned a piece providing a EU/UK perspective on lessons learned from the Ashley Madison…

Posted

…RockYou and LinkedIn [password data sets] and combine them with eHarmony, Stratfor, Gawker, Gamigo, Ashley Madison, and dozens of other smaller [password data sets from] public password breaches, hackers will…

Posted

…in life, with enough new wrinkles, there’s usually a good bit of gray. In Artificial Intelligence: A Grayish Area for Insurance Coverage, our colleague Ashley E. Cowgill explores some of…

Posted

…textures like humans do. (Klint Finley, Wired) The WhatsApp shutdown in Brazil sends millions to app Telegram. (Sara Ashley O’Brien, CNN Money) Share this: Print…

Posted

Frequent readers of our blog will recall that in prior posts on companies such as Uber, Ashley Madison and Twitter, we have stressed the importance of having a robust…

Posted

A UK court entered  a guilty plea against Ashley Mitchell, an IT guy who hacked into Zynga’s servers last year and stole 400 billion virtual poker chips. His efforts…