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.
A who's who of the Internet files Amicus briefs in support of TheDirty.com.
Rand Secure Archive will now be known as Rand Secure Data, reflecting the addition of data backup systems to the existing e-discovery and data archiving services.
The U.S. Supreme Court chose Cyber Monday to announce it would not slow the imposition of state sales tax on Internet retail sales.
Quality of care and electronic health records have significant effects on physicians' professional satisfaction.
Canadian site uses crowdsourcing to collect debts.
William Caraher, CIO of von Briesen & Roper, describes the firm's "no-cost" answer to meeting new privacy regulations.