Monthly Archives: March 2019

N.Y. Court of Appeals: No Difference Between “Private” and “Public” Posts in Discovery

A 2018 N.Y. Court of Appeals case has shed light on the limitations of privacy settings on social media accounts. Previously, a user might have thought that marking a post or photo “private” would be sufficient to shield it from

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Posted in Cyber; IoT and Technology

Oregon Court Orders Teen to Repay $37M for Starting Wildfire

In September 2017, a 15-year-old threw two fireworks into Oregon’s Eagle Creek Canyon, sparking a huge wildfire that destroyed several homes and impacted tourism in the area. The teenager pleaded guilty to reckless burning of public and private property, and

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