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The CLOUD Act - Implications for Data Privacy in the United States and Abroad

USA - April 4 2018 Can U.S. federal law enforcement force a U.S. internet service provider to turn over emails that its foreign subsidiary holds on servers located...

Daniel Braun, Menachem Kaplan, Timothy Harkness.


Who pays for SWIFT hacks? Two years later, no answer. And no answer anytime soon.

USA - February 13 2018 The Banco del Austro case is oversettled. Which means no answer anytime soon to everyone's burning question: who pays for wire transfer hacks? Over...


Preliminary thoughts on New York's proposed Data Security Law

USA - November 14 2017 I've often quipped that, although the NIST Cybersecurity Framework is supposedly voluntary, it's feeling more and more obligatory. This proposed law...


Will Equifax end data breach class actions?

USA - September 21 2017 For the past few years, federal courts have grappled with whether a plaintiff whose personal information has been hacked has experienced the type of...


The future of wire transfers depends on... a US discovery dispute?

USA - June 23 2017 You're a bank, and you receive a wire instruction from your customer. To make sure it's legit, you use a security protocol to which your customer...