Dueling Rulings Over Government’s Phone Record Surveillance Stir Legal Ripples and Maneuvering

“Marc Zwillinger, a former Justice lawyer who represents tech firms on cyber issues, said both judges’ decisions to allow Klayman and the ACLU to sue the government likely opens the door for more legal actions against the NSA. The Obama administration, he said, may have aided in that process by declassifying reams of secret judicial orders on surveillance in response to leaks of NSA documents by former agency contractor Edward Snowden.”

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Poker ‘Game of Skill’ Ruling Has Life Beyond NY Reversal

Ken Dreifach is featured in a Law360 article about Poker as a “Game of Skill” rather than illegal gambling.

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Why Industry Self-Regulation is a Good Thing – And What it Can Do For Your Company

See Ken featured in this DMA blog entry where he shares insights on the importance of self-regulation, and on how data governance ‘Best Practices’ can provide vendors, platforms and service providers with real competitive advantages.

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Equifax Confirms Hackers Stole Financial Data, Launches Investigation

In an ABC News interview, Marc Zwillinger comments on credit reporting agency Equifax’s confirmed breach and the theft of financial information.

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Officials Investigate Purported Web Posting of Private Info on First Lady, Others

In an interview with Brian Todd on The Situation Room, Marc Zwillinger offers advice on how to protect ourselves from such financial hacking, or “doxing.”

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Suicide of Internet Pioneer Prompts Emotional Debate Over Federal Prosecution

Marc Zwillinger gives insight after the suicide of internet pioneer Aaron Swartz prompts an emotional debate over federal prosecution.

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Will Cyberattacks Define the Future of War?

Marc Zwillinger comments on the use and risks of cyber weapons in war, how cyber attacks fit with the rules of engagement and the roles that cyber weapons will play in the future of warfare.

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Big Law Grows Bigger With Big Data

Washington Post highlights ZG’s Ken Dreifach on how Big law grows bigger with big data and his move from Rapleaf to ZwillGen.

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Cybercrime ‘much bigger than al Qaeda’

Marc Zwillinger quoted in Cybercrime ‘much bigger than Al Qaeda’ article with other security experts confirming concern outlined by DHS Secretary in recent speech.

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With Big Data Comes Big Responsibility

Everyone is buzzing about ‘big data’ – and for good reason. It offers tremendous potential for improving decision-making in a variety of areas from security to market research to healthcare. At the same time, there are legitimate concerns about the risks associated with aggregating and analyzing data that is based on personal information. How can we unlock the value in big data while avoiding those risks?

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