Cybersecurity and Corporate Social Responsibility

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My article Cybersecurity, Encryption, and Corporate Social Responsibility has been published in the current edition of the Georgetown Journal of International Affairs.  I argue in this paper that “[c]ompanies such as Apple should recognize that they have a social responsibility to work with governments on security issues, and such a corporate social responsibility norm should […]

Standing Reconsidered: Fero v. Excellus Health Plan

Posted Leave a commentPosted in Data Breach Litigation, Data Breaches

An interesting decision from Judge Elizabeth Wolford of the Western District of New York has revived a data breach claim against Excellus Health Plan.  The court had previously dismissed claims by plaintiffs who did not allege any actual misuse of there personal data for lack of standing.  Plaintiffs moved for reconsideration based on the Second […]