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Arizona attorney general sues Google over how it collects information

Posted by   /  May 28, 2020  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity, Intellectual Property, Media and Entertainment  /  No Comments

By Jeff Gifford | Phoenix Business Journal Arizona filed a lawsuit on Wednesday against Google, alleging the tech giant uses deceptive and unfair practices to get users’ location data and fuel its massive advertising business. Attorney General Mark Brnovich filed the lawsuit in Maricopa County Superior Court under the Arizona Consumer Fraud Act. Read the full subscription story from […]

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PHISHING PHOLLOW-UP – How ‘Shark Tank’ judge Barbara Corcoran got her big bucks back

Posted by   /  March 4, 2020  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity, Technology  /  No Comments

By Jordan Valinsky | CNN New York (CNN Business) – “Shark Tank” judge Barbara Corcoran is “thrilled” about getting back nearly $400,000 after it was stolen in an elaborate email scam. Corcoran said last week that a phishing scam swindled her out of $388,700. The scammer tricked her bookkeeper into wiring the money by using an […]

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REGIONAL NEWS: Website of New Mexico Public Regulation Commission hacked

Posted by   /  January 15, 2020  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity, Regional News  /  No Comments

Public Regulation Commission believes the hack “could be related to a cyberattack.” By Michael Gerstein | Santa Fe New Mexican A state agency that regulates public utilities in New Mexico was “hacked by an outside source,” Public Regulation Commission chief of staff Jason Montoya and the Governor’s Office said Tuesday. Montoya said the commission’s preliminary […]

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Our government’s approach to cybersecurity is a costly mess. Here’s the fix; Rose Law Group Partner Logan Elia says a government agency for internet security has risks

Posted by   /  January 2, 2020  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

 Getty Images By Andrew Burt and James C. Trainor for TIME Who’s responsible for protecting the 2020 presidential elections against cyber attacks? Nobody really knows, either inside or outside the U.S. government. To be sure, many agencies are hard at work combating cyber threats, but when it comes to fighting increasingly urgent threats in cyberspace […]

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Rose Law Group promotes Logan Elia to partner

Posted by   /  December 15, 2019  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity, Rose Law Group  /  No Comments

Independent Newsmedia Logan Elia Rose Law Group pc, a woman-led law firm in Scottsdale, has named Logan Elia a partner. Mr. Elia has been with been with Rose Law Group since 2014. He is a national leader in cyber law including cyber defamation and online intellectual property infringements, according to a press release. “Logan pioneered […]

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Security experts are told Arizona’s data privacy law troublesome

Posted by   /  December 9, 2019  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror CactusCon at the Mesa Convention Center. Photo by Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror At the Mesa Convention Center Friday, information security analyst Samantha Kitts told a crowded room of CactusCon attendees the nuances and complexities of the various regulations around data privacy in the United States and abroad.  CactusCon, […]

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APS customer bills were turning up online, but company says no data breach

Posted by   /  December 9, 2019  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

The customer bills showing up online was discovered by APS customer Steve Neil, who was searching Google for information about certain charges on his own bill. By Ryan Randazzo | Arizona Republic  An odd glitch involving the electronic-billing system at Arizona Public Service Co. resulted in nine customers’ bills from March 2017 showing up online, […]

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Millions of Arizonans affected by Equifax breach must decide now

Posted by   /  November 19, 2019  /  Courts/Law, Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Amy-Xiaoshi DePaola | Cronkite News  As many as 3 million Arizonans whose personal data may have been exposed in a 2017 data breach have to decide by Nov. 19 whether to be part of a settlement with Equifax for that breach. They can opt out of the settlement now and reserve the right to sue the […]

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How well does Arizona law protect your online privacy?

Posted by   /  October 24, 2019  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

Hacker code By Jerod MacDonald-Evoy | Arizona Mirror Just about every other day, another data breach seems to be reported or another story comes out about an app that shares intrusive information about our personal lives to companies for personal gain, but what does Arizona do to help protect the online privacy of its residents?  […]

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2019’s states most vulnerable to identity theft, fraud

Posted by   /  October 16, 2019  /  Cyberlaw and Cybersecurity  /  No Comments

By Adam McCann | WalletHub In recent years, many Americans’ personal information has become compromised by big data breaches. In 2019 alone, prominent companies like WhatsApp, Quest Diagnostics, Microsoft, ASUS and Capital One have fallen victim to cybercriminals. According to the Identity Theft Resource Center’s most recent Data Breach Report, between January 1, 2005 and […]

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