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Mark G. McCreary focuses his practice on intellectual property and the law of the Internet as well as general corporate and securities law. He prosecutes various intellectual property matters, negotiates transactions and provides counsel on a wide range of technology-related matters. In addition, Mark handles the privacy of consumer financial information under the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act, the privacy and security of patient medical records under HIPAA and the protection of personal credit information under the Fair Credit Reporting Act (FCRA).
You may have read that Motorola announced on February 3rd that it inadvertently sold around 100 refurbished Motorola Xoom tablets through Woot.com without putting the tablets through the typical process of doing a factory reset and wiping any personal data that may have been left by the original...
The San Francisco Chronicle reported yesterday that officials at the City College of San Francisco discovered a few days after Thanksgiving 2010 that certain computers of the college have been infested with active malware for more than a decade. Up to 100,000 students and...
Smart Money just ran a story about the top five data breaches of 2011. While I do not necessarily agree that these are the top five (students, students, NYC hospital patients, not to mention the Stratfor breach), the takeaway is interesting: none of them have the same source for the...
According to a press release issued yesterday, November 29, 2011, by the Federal Trade Commission, Facebook settled charges that Facebook “deceived consumers by telling them they could keep their information on Facebook private, and then repeatedly allowing it to be shared and made...
The Computer Crime and Intellectual Property Section of the U.S. Department of Justice compiled a summary in August 2010 of the retention periods of major cellular service providers of data transmitted to and from users' mobile devices. The report is here. (PDF link) The...