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How To Front-Run Financial Markets With Your Web Browser

Early access to financial data can mean big profits. Imagine if you could learn the quarterly financial results of a company or macroeconomic statistical data before everyone else? 868 more words

Brute Force

'Aaron's Law' back in Congress to bring "long overdue" fix of US hacking law

More than 2 years after US Rep. Zoe Lofgren (D.-Calif.) proposed legislation that would dial back the ferocity of the charges used against internet activist Aaron Swartz, 778 more words

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Middle-Schooler Gets Charged with ‘Computer Hacking’ Felony

An eighth grade student has been charged with a felony after he allegedly hacked into the computer of a teacher and changed the desktop background. 492 more words

Hacking

Does the CFAA Apply to Lenovo's SuperFish Malware Lawsuits?

For me personally, the timeline of events surrounding the discovery of Lenovo’s SuperFish malware is ironic. Just a couple of days before it was discovered, I had a telephone call with a friend named… 643 more words

Computer Fraud And Abuse Act

An Appeal to the White House on Behalf of the (ISC)2 Membership

This is an important topic for IT Security Practitioners to consider.  Proposed restrictions by the White House could significantly hamper our ability to do our jobs.  18 more words

Security News

A Law School Study Platform

I think I may use this little WordPress thingie as a way to vet my thought process when it comes to studying for law school and figuring out legal arguments for some class assignments. 28 more words

Questions Of Law

How tech trials force a choice between bad people and bad law

Of course Ross Ulbricht was guilty. Despite his far-fetched claims of mistaken identity, a New York jury confirmed the obvious: that Ulbricht (aka Dread Pirate Roberts) was the criminal mastermind who took on a villain’s name, and became rich by running an online marketplace that sold any drug imaginable. 1,193 more words