The Delaware Court of Chancery ruled that a director's communication with his personal attorney over the company's email system were not privileged.
Jurors in Jodi Arias' criminal trial won't be forced to disclose their Twitter accounts to the court.
A massive computer hack compromised over 2 million passwords on Facebook, Gmail and Yahoo.
An Idaho magistrate judge is criticized for his gaming hobby.
ZyLAB's Intellectual Property Protection Program is geared towards preventing data leaks and breaches.
The Texas Supreme Court must rule whether an anonymous blogger should be identified.
A retailer may violate California's Song-Beverly Credit Card Act by requesting email addresses from customers and sending them unsolicited ads.
NPR experiments with its new book list format, and reconstructs its digital presentation for 2013 roster to include Venn diagram layout.
Guidance Software opens a training facility in Orlando, Fla., to train e-discover, forensics and cybersecurity personnel to use the EnCase suite of products.