We kick the week off with a privacy-heavy dose of the best ten posts on the LexBlog Network. Andrew Lorentz offers insight on a shortfall in data security in the payment card industry while Peter Vogel comments on Carrier IQ’s practice of collecting data from millions of Android users without their permission. Total posts on the LexBlog Network today: 131.
- Mom Loses Custody for Putting Soap in Children’s Mouths – NY lawyer Neil Cahn on his blog, Divorce: New York
- Verizon Once Again Reports Widespread Shortfalls in Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliance – Washington, DC attorney Andrew Lorentz of Davis Wright Tremaine on the firm’s blog the Payment Law Advisor
- Innovations in Learning: What’s Different About Today’s Learner? – Leadership coach Joyce Grillo on her blog, The Leadership Post
- Stretching the Umbrella: 5 Tips for Preserving Privilege in a Complex Transaction – Toronto lawyer Tyler McAuley of McCarthy Tétrault on the firm’s blog, Canadian M&A Perspectives
- Should China Kill The Electric Car? A Study in Capital Misallocation. – Seattle lawyer Dan Harris of Harris & Moure on the firm’s China Law Blog
- What’s Worse–Entitlements or Ignorance About What They Are? – Jackson, Mississippi attorney Philip Thomas on the blog Mississippi Litigation Review and Commentary
- Carrier IQ Captures Cell and Internet Usage from Millions without Approval – Dallas lawyer Peter Vogel on his Internet Information Technology & e-Discovery Blog
- When a Brand’s Visual Identity Has Serious Trademark Implications – Minneapolis lawyer Steve Baird of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- Inventors file record number of patent applications – Buffalo attorney Vincent LoTempio on his LoTempio Law Blog
- Do Paterno And Spanier Have Golden Parachutes At Penn State? – Philadelphia lawyer Maxwell Kennerly of The Beasley Firm on his blog, Litigation & Trial
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