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Tweeters defying Trump administration on official agency accounts could be prosecuted

Legal Technology

Alleged BigLaw hackers made $4M trading on stolen information, federal prosecutors say


The top legal stories of 2016

Privacy Law

Wife’s unauthorized access to husband’s emails could violate Wiretap Act, 7th Circuit says

Law Scribbler

Transparency has become part of the NSA mission, its GC says


Ashley Madison agrees to pay $1.6M in connection with hacking of its network


BigLaw partners’ emails were reportedly hacked by people tied to Chinese government


Unsealed suit targets law firm for alleged lax cybersecurity


Don’t click! Lawyers get fake emails about a complaint; hyperlink installs malicious software

Criminal Justice

FBI director sticks to his original conclusion after new email review: Clinton shouldn’t be charged


Cybersecurity insurance is a ‘must have’ for law firms

Law by the Numbers

Who’s afraid of cybercrime?

Criminal Justice

FBI will review new emails in connection with Hillary Clinton probe

10 Questions Live

10 Questions Live: Raj De discusses cybersecurity and his White House and NSA experiences

Opening Statements

10 Questions: Raj De’s career has taken him from 9/11 Commission to White House to NSA

Your ABA

‘Internet of things’ panel has a thing about security

Legal Ethics

Florida Supreme Court approves mandatory tech CLE classes for lawyers

ABA Annual Meeting

21st century cybersecurity: People are the first step


Experts advise new tactics to fight data breaches


Russia should find Hillary Clinton’s missing emails, Trump says; is he inciting crime?
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