Sony Corporation suffered a huge security breach in its video game online network with names, addresses, and credit card numbers of 100 million PlayStation and PC game network users stolen by hackers. Attorney and co-host Bob Ambrogi welcomes Justin Brookman, the Director for the Center for Democracy & Technology’s Project on Consumer Privacy and Attorney John H. Lacey from the McCormack Firm, LLC and author of “Massachusetts Data Privacy Law Blog,” to take a look at one of the largest online security breaches. Justin and John talk about litigation, potential legislation and how this breach could impact Sony.
Three States – Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Nevada - are leading a national trend to protect consumer privacy, especially when personal data is transmitted electronically. Law Technology Now host Monica Bay welcomes Melissa Krasnow, partner in the Minneapolis office of Dorsey & Whitney, and Nick Ackerman, partner in the firm’s New York office, to discuss their article in Law Technology News’ May issue, “Protecting Privacy.. Learn about the new laws for business compliance and what your company or client needs to know.
When legal disputes cross borders, e-discovery challenges become even more complex. Privacy laws, translation problems, and cultural differences are just a few of the issues that can complicate litigation. Monica Bay interviews Shearman & Sterling’s George Rudoy about global e-discovery challenges — and opportunities.