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On December 14, 2016, operators of online extramarital dating and social networking website AshleyMadison.com came to an agreement with the Federal Trade Commission, and several States, to settle FTC…

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We’ve previously written about the distinctions between hacking credit and other financial data in comparison to hacking private information. (See Ashley Madison and Coming to “Terms” with Data Protection.)…

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Colleagues Rafi Azim-Khan, head of Pillsbury’s Data Privacy practice in Europe, and counsel Steven Farmer recently penned a piece providing a EU/UK perspective on lessons learned from the Ashley Madison…

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Ashley Mitchell plead guilty to stealing $12 million worth of Zynga Poker chips in a British court yesterday, and is now facing a substantial jail term. Internet, Social Media Make…

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A UK court entered  a guilty plea against Ashley Mitchell, an IT guy who hacked into Zynga’s servers last year and stole 400 billion virtual poker chips. His efforts…

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Frequent readers of our blog will recall that in prior posts on companies such as Uber, Ashley Madison and Twitter, we have stressed the importance of having a robust…

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…textures like humans do. (Klint Finley, Wired) The WhatsApp shutdown in Brazil sends millions to app Telegram. (Sara Ashley O’Brien, CNN Money) Share this: Print…

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…RockYou and LinkedIn [password data sets] and combine them with eHarmony, Stratfor, Gawker, Gamigo, Ashley Madison, and dozens of other smaller [password data sets from] public password breaches, hackers will…