Ride the Lightning is an electronic evidence blog written by Sharon Nelson, the president of Sense Enterprises, Inc.
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Thanks to colleague and friend Jennifer Ellis for passing along a story (note that premium access is required) that made headlines yesterday. Judge Thomas Vanaskie of the 3rd U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals said for a three-judge panel that organizing...Thanks to colleague and friend Jennifer Ellis...
Wired.com reported last week that the FBI can't crack the Android's pattern-screen locks. This interesting tidbit came via the revelation of a warrant which has now been approved by a federal judge commanding Google to provide a Google e-mail log-in...Wired.com reported last week that the FBI can't...
Have the feeling you're being tracked? A lot of our clients do. Some are paranoid and some are absolutely right. The use of GPS trackers in family law cases has escalated dramatically in the last several years. Lifehacker published a...Have the feeling you're being tracked? A lot of our clients do....
Evan Koblentz, who penned a very interesting story for Law Technology News recently, was kind enough to write me with a link to the story. He was a little late, since his story was actually sitting beside my keyboard awaiting...Evan Koblentz, who penned a very interesting story for Law Technology...
Once in a while, you have to share something nifty you've run across. Last month, iPhone J.D. blogger Jeff Richardson published a post extolling the virtues of MOBiLE CLOTH, a high tech split micro material that deftly removes fingerprints and...Once in a while, you have to share something nifty...
This was a disturbing story. If your law firm is breached, you have an ethical duty to tell your clients. You also have a statutory duty since almost every state has a data breach notification law. Yes, I'll back up....This was a disturbing story. If your law firm is breached, you have an ethical...
Not long after my last post about how the FBI nabbed "Sabu" who was really Hector Monsegur, reputedly the leader of the hacker group LulzSec, SC magazine posted a fascinating piece about Sabu's activities while he was cooperating with the...Not long after my last post about how the FBI nabbed...
If you believe Hollywood, there's a lot of glamour involved with the life of a hacker. Not so much in real life, as a recent Fox article highlighted. Hector Monsegur, 28, was confronted by FBI agents in June of 2011...If you believe Hollywood, there's a lot of glamour involved with the life of a...
It is laudable that the FBI has taken the Supreme Court's decision in U.S. v. Jonesseriously, and now recognizes that law enforcement needs a warrant to place a GPS tracker on a vehicle in order to comply with the Fourth...It is laudable that the FBI has taken the Supreme Court's decision in U.S....
Last month, I posted about a law firm data breach where a former partner allegedly used Dropbox to purloin tens of thousands of law firm files before breaking away to start a new law firm. This got me thinking about...Last month, I posted about a law firm data breach where a former partner...