eDiscovery Twist: Las Vegas RICO trial spotlights important distinction between Yahoo Mail and Gmail

Employees of the world’s two largest free email providers recently testified back-to-back at a Federal trial in Las Vegas, about their respective policies for email archiving. Google and Yahoo each sent a witness to authenticate disks containing email evidence in a trial that produced the first-ever RICO conviction for an online conspiracy to trade stolen […]

The Strip Club Dilemma: How businesses will be forced to balance their own security with customer privacy

A guy walks into a bar.  Oh, and it’s a bar with nearly-naked dancers, and VIP party rooms where it’s possible to spend thousands of dollars at a time.  Or hundreds-of-thousands, in this case. The Houston strip club, called Privilege, is suing James Jay Beckman for  $321,000 that was charged to his employer-issued credit card […]