#computerhacking | #computer | #Hacking | Hospitals’ Ability to Control and Maximize the Value of Medical Devices at Heart of Amicus Brief to the Supreme Court

Association of Medical Device Reprocessors submits amicus brief to U.S. Supreme Court ahead of hearing on federal Computer Fraud and Abuse Act  An appellate court ruling, if affirmed by the Supreme Court, could lead to higher healthcare costs and more medical waste — inflicting further damage to an already fragile…

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#computerhacking | #computer | #Hacking | Black and Latinx Girls Inc. of NYC high school girls to learn cybersecurity skills at NYU Tandon

Newswise — BROOKLYN, New York, Tuesday, July 14, 2020 –New York City students and teachers from diverse backgrounds and all five boroughs are gathering virtually this summer for the eighth annual initiative by NYU Tandon’s Center for K12 STEM Education, one of the largest and most comprehensive university-based programs of…

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#computerhacking | #computer | #Hacking | ‘Assange Leaks’ put WikiLeaks publisher on opposite side of data dump

A website described as a successor to WikiLeaks published documents on Tuesday it called secret evidence in the U.S. government’s case against the other’s founder, Julian Assange. The Distributed Denial of Secrets released a collection of more than two dozen documents involving WikiLeaks and its inner workings, including transcripts of…

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#computerhacking | #computer | #Hacking | “Scraping” of a Publicly-Accessible Website Database May Be Misappropriation of Trade Secrets | Fish & Richardson

In a lengthy decision, the Eleventh Circuit held in Compulife v. Newman, No. 18-12004 (11th Cir. May 20, 2020), that a database may contain trade secret information even though the database contents can be accessed through a publicly available website. The plaintiff, Compulife, sold access to a compilation of life…

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