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Students 16 and Over: Check Out CyberStart!

Students 16 and over who live in Virginia, Michigan, Iowa, Hawaii, Nevada, Delaware and Rhode Island—you may be eligible to participate in a new cybersecurity skills program called CyberStart. You have to have access to the Internet and a computer to participate. CyberStart is “a forward-thinking skills program designed to supply specialist cyber security education … Continue Reading

Job Seekers Beware! Data Hacked for up to 1.4 Million Illinois Residents Receiving Unemployment Benefits

The Illinois Department of Employment Security has revealed that somewhere between 1.2 million and 1.4 million Illinois residents who have received unemployment benefits from the State of Illinois have had their names, dates of birth and Social Security numbers compromised through a hacking of its vendor’s database. The residents are those seeking jobs and using … Continue Reading

Oregon and Wyoming enact model digital assets law

Although numerous states have studied and introduced legislation adopting the Uniform Fiduciary Access to Digital Accounts Act, only three have adopted it thus far. The first was Delaware, which adopted the model digital assets law on August 12, 2015, effective January 1, 2015. Oregon became the second state to adopt the uniform law, when the Governor signed … Continue Reading

Yahoo refuses to comply with bankruptcy judge’s order to turn over email account

Yahoo is objecting to a Delaware bankruptcy’s order to provide access to one of its email accounts arguing that its compliance would violate the Stored Communications Act.  At issue is a Yahoo email account purported to be maintained by a subscriber named Abdullah Rasimov.  The Irish Bank Resolution Corp, Ltd., the debtor in the bankruptcy, … Continue Reading

Florida Board of Medicine allows prescribing controlled substances through telemedicine for psychiatric treatment

The Florida Board of Medicine has changed its Standards for Telemedicine Practice by allowing controlled substances to be prescribed through the use of telemedicine only for the treatment of psychiatric disorders. Following a pilot program where three psychiatric mental health organizations were given a waiver by the Board in order to prescribe controlled substances via … Continue Reading

Delaware enacts a series of privacy laws

Delaware recently enacted four privacy laws–the Online and Personal Privacy Protection Act (DOPPA), the Student Data Privacy Protection Act (SDPPA), the Victim Online Privacy Act (VOPA) and the Employee/Applicant Protection for Social Media Act (ESMA). DOPPA prohibits website operators from marketing material to minors that may “appeal to the prurient, shameful, or morbid interest of … Continue Reading
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