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I'm pleased to announce that my latest law journal article has just been published in the new issue of the Richmond Journal of Law and Technology: Shooting the Messenger: Remediation of Disclosed Vulnerabilities as CFAA “Loss." The article reviews post-Van Buren Computer Fraud and Abuse Act cases to determine whether lower courts have followed the Van Buren Court's dicta that "loss" under the CFAA shou Read more about New law journal article on the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act
As a cybersecurity professional, I see plenty of risks that worry me as Twitter becomes a private company – but one in particular stands out more than any other.
Specifically, I believe Twitter under Musk is facing serious and pervasive questions of trust across a wide range of issues.
Did Twitter ignore basic security measures? A cybersecurity expert explains a whistleblower’s claims