Mon, Mar 18, 2019
This is one of the cases involving the Malibu Media efforts to identify a "John Doe" defendant. In this case, the Court granted the subpoena to identify the potential defendant - By: Domingo J. Rivera
Thu, Mar 14, 2019
UConn self-reported that an unauthorized third party got access to some employee email accounts. The information obtained included Social Security numbers, birthdays, billing details and medical appointments. The breach affected as many as 326,000 individuals, and 1,500 of them may have involved Social Security numbers. It was also revealed that the source of the breach was a phishing attack but the perpetrator is still unidentified.
Fri, Mar 8, 2019
This case involves a claim by a professor of pathology involving Internet defamation, which he claims cost him his employment at the University of Mississippi. The University cited some anonymous posts in an online forum as a reason for terminating Dr. Sarkar employment resulting in a lawsuit and a quest to uncover the identity of the anonymous posters. The case made its way to the Court of Appeals of Michigan. The Court"s opinion follows. Domingo J. Rivera
Wed, Mar 6, 2019
This case involves an appeal to an Order denying a Motion to Quash a subpoena. The purpose of the subpoena was to unmask the identity of the individual posting accusations regarding alleged securities fraud by USAR. The opinion follows.