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NSA gathering data from social media, also – so is everyone else

I previously posted about my intention to do a digest / tear down talk on the ongoing NSA leaks / public discussion for the local security group. Unfortunately, this intention keeps getting sidetracked by new releases and articles. The difficulty

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Aaron Swartz

This is a very sad day. Recently I presented a talk on Aaron Swartz ‘s JSTOR incident, the resulting legal actions, and an overview I captioned as ‘reading between the lines’. In my talk I highlighted how legal documents can be

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NOLASEC – Hidden Legal Pitfalls of Digital Forensics Research

Yesterday was the first NOLASEC meeting in the new presentation format. Previously, the meeting had one speaker giving a 30 minute talk with questions and discussions after. The newer format is intended to allow for multiple shorter 6 minute talks

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Ethics paper goes to print!

Roux B and Falgoust M – “Ethical Issues Raised by Methods of Data Acquisition for Research in Digital Forensics” is now in print in Vol 21, No 1 in the Journal of Information Ethics (http://www.mcfarlandpub.com/jie.html) – I got my author’s

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