Category: Cybersecurity

Attorneys General Sue Google for Unfair and Deceptive Consumer Location Tracking Practices

Issue Washington D.C. Attorney General Karl Racine sued Google on January 24 for its deceptive location tracking practices in violation of D.C.’s Consumer Protection Procedures Act. AG Racine opened an investigation into this issue after a 2018 Associated Press article exposed Google’s data practice of tracking users even after the “location history” setting was toggled
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The FTC Takes Aim at Zoom

By Jennifer K. Wagner J.D., Ph.D.   2020 brought an unexpected and massive surge in the use of video conferencing platforms. In the midst of a deadly pandemic and public health guidelines intended to flatten the curve through deterrence of non-essential in-person interactions, Zoom and similar video conferencing platforms have provided a way for people
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What Is InfraGard?

By Jeffrey A. Franklin, Prince Law Offices P.C.   In short, InfraGard is a partnership between the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and members of the private sector for the protection of U.S. Critical Infrastructure. Through seamless collaboration, InfraGard connects owners and operators within critical infrastructure to the FBI, to provide education, information sharing, networking,
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