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Medical Imaging Company Pays $3 Million Data Security Fine

USA - May 30 2019 A medical imaging company is paying for its flawed data security system. In addition to its system failures, the company failed to investigate and...

John E. Wyand.

South Africa Publishes More About Money Laundering Vulnerabilities

South Africa - April 17 2019 As noted in a prior blog post, South Africa’s Financial Intelligence Centre (“FIC”) periodically releases financial crime typologies and case studies...

Rebecca Worthington.

Travelers Beware - Compelled to Open Your Phone?

USA - March 20 2019 Recent rulings conflict on whether police can force individuals to unlock their smartphones. The result depends upon where you are located, with...

Chase S. Goldstein.

Travelers Beware - Compelled to Open Your Phone?

USA, Israel - March 20 2019 Recent rulings conflict on whether police can force individuals to unlock their smartphones. The result depends upon where you are located, with...

Chase S. Goldstein.

Supreme Court Applies Excessive Fines Clause to States

USA - February 20 2019 The Supreme Court today held the Eighth Amendment’s Excessive Fines Clause applies to the states. A wide variety of groups from the American Civil...

Rebecca Worthington.