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Notre Dame Prep ineligible for playoffs after AIA upholds penalty

Posted by   /  October 29, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Sports  /  No Comments

(Note: Rose Law Group represents the parents in this matter) By Scott Bordow | azcentral sports The Scottsdale Notre Dame Prep football program is ineligible for the postseason. The Arizona Interscholastic Association executive board voted by a 5-3 margin to uphold the probation penalty for Notre Dame’s summer football class. Teams placed on probation are […]

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REGIONAL NEWS July 12, 2016: Jeffs still on the loose

Posted by   /  July 12, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Energy and Environment, Government and Politics, Real Estate, Sports  /  No Comments

Lyle Jeffs may have used olive oil to slip out of ankle monitor, FBI in Utah says Beaver Creek, Colo. fire now estimated at just under 19,500 acres and growing New Mexico board picks two Gila diversion projects Nine stadium sites emerge for Raiders Why lawmakers are trying to make ransomware a crime in California

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Social media posts now fair game in security clearance process

Posted by   /  May 14, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

Applicants won’t be required to provide passwords or account information By Damian Paletta | The Wall Street Journal The federal government will begin scanning applicants’ social media posts as part of the security clearance process, a reflection of how information on Facebook, Twitter and similar sites is increasingly seen as an important part of someone’s […]

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Phoenix to becomes nation’s 16th ‘Smart Gigabit Community’

Posted by   /  April 29, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Arizona Business Daily Reports Phoenix will join forces with Cox Communications, US Ignite and the National Science Foundation to ramp up the city’s communication infrastructure through Smart Gigabit technology. Smart Gigabit Communities link networks, institutions and non-profits to develop apps that address local needs like public safety, education, public health and job training. Phoenix […]

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Battle over PulteGroup goes public as founder, CEO Spar

Posted by   /  April 5, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Dealmaker, Real Estate  /  No Comments

By Chris Kirkham and Joshua Jamerson | The Wall Street Journal A battle for control of the nation’s third-largest home builder went public as PulteGroup Inc. founder William J. Pulte and Chairman and Chief Executive Richard J. Dugas Jr. traded barbs and outlined competing visions for the company. Mr. Pulte, the company’s founder and largest […]

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‘New Times’ issues mea culpa after election fiasco, says media partially to blame

Posted by   /  March 30, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By Ray Stern | Phoenix New Times New Times blew it, dear readers. In a March 22 article entitled “How to Vote in Arizona’s Presidential Preference Election Today,” it states that voting that day would be “super-easy.” As the whole world now knows, voting in that election in Maricopa County wasn’t “super-easy.” It was a […]

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Maricopa County attorney will no longer provide iPhones

Posted by   /  February 24, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Mike Sunnucks | Phoenix Business Journal Maricopa County Attorney Bill Montgomery said today his office would no longer provide iPhones to prosecutors and other employees after Apple Inc.’s refusal to help the FBI unlock the iPhone of one of the San Bernardino terrorists. “Apple’s refusal to cooperate with a legitimate law enforcement investigation to […]

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Audit: Arizona revenue department vulnerable to computer system attacks

Posted by   /  February 10, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Government and Politics  /  No Comments

By Amber Kahwaji | Cronkite Newss Arizona taxpayers’ financial and personal information at the Arizona Department of Revenue is vulnerable to computer-system attacks, and some employees failed to follow proper security measures, a state audit has found. Auditors were able to gain “unauthorized access to sensitive taxpayer information” by using common information technology attack patterns, […]

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Water utilities are increasingly vulnerable to cyberattacks

Posted by   /  February 5, 2016  /  Cyberlaw  /  No Comments

By Tod Newcombe | Governing The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) released a report last year that showed the nation’s water grid, not just its electric grid, was also vulnerable to attacks by hackers. In fact, water utilities were most likely to have reported what DHS categorizes as an advanced persistent threat, which involves exploiting […]

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Tougher times for mall owners

Posted by   /  January 27, 2016  /  Cyberlaw, Economy, Real Estate  /  No Comments

Researcher pares forecast rent increases, occupancy rates for mall REITs, as more shoppers go online By Liam Pleven | The Wall Street Journal As mall owners prepare to report fourth-quarter earnings results, investors already are bracing for a tougher road ahead. Real-estate researcher Green Street Advisors is lowering its forecasts for the rent that large […]

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