Data Security of ESI

Data security and the insecurity of electronically stored information (ESI) is ephemeral.  Data security is not as predictable as one would prefer to think.  Any anticipation of a data security incident or of its origin is absolutely unpredictable.  With every incident, the attention is always on possible external sources.  All too often, little effort is…

Consumer Data Privacy Versus Data Economy

Consumer data privacy versus the data economy concern has had recurring attention and does not seem to stop. There are too many occurrences of loose transfers of consumer data.  From a consumer perspective, it appears it has been ignored as a result of the cycle of benefit and compromises, along with the cyber vulnerabilities, and…

Artificial Intelligence Liability

Liability, as an issue, seldom arises in common conversations.   When discussions in the work place occur, liability is not on the top of the list of issues.  Yet, there are a plethora of law firm ads about personal injury claims, insurance commercials, and medical malpractice issues.  From watching and reading ads you are left…

Data Privacy

Data protection sought in daily entity operations and in its actual delivery of services, should coexist with the responsibilities for consumer data privacy.  This second piece follows its previous writing which addressed the coexistence of protection and privacy from an institutional perspective.  In furtherance of that theme, this piece will touch upon the organizational aspect involved to see…

Internet Computing Terms

Internet computing terms are commonly mentioned in a law firm’s discussions where the practice focuses on issues in the market engaging the Internet, and among other aspects, e.g., computing, e-commerce, data protection, software development, application development, data management infrastructure, cloud processing, and cyber security, to mention as few.  As these terms arise in conversation, contracts…