In Massachusetts, wearable technologies, such as smartwatches, smart glasses, and location-tracking badges, are raising concerns from security experts as they become increasingly ubiquitous in business settings. While these devices may bring about gains in productivity, efficiency, and information-gathering, they also carry cybersecurity risks that may make sensitive data more susceptible to attack. There are other

On Thursday, February 14, 2013, Attorney Jay Wolman of Raymond Law Group will appear on Fox 25 Boston News at 10 p.m., discussing drone technology and privacy law.  Attorney Wolman and reporter Ted Daniel sat down to discuss the rights of Massachusetts citizens.  Although Peeping Tom of legend spied on Lady Godiva from the confines

A data breach occurs and personal information about your customers is compromised. It can happen to any size business, big or small, and the costs to your business can be significant. Every company stores private information including credit card numbers and social security numbers that are vulnerable to a deliberate cyber incident such as unauthorized

no_copyright.pngIt is no secret that U.S. Copyright law prohibits copying a copyrighted work such as a movie, tv show or music album without the permission of the owner of the copyright. Recently a number of lawsuits have targeted users who have downloaded copyrighted works via torrents.

How is a person identified as having illegally downloaded

As the best informed Massachusetts technology lawyers already know, the FTC (Federal Trade Commission) and Google have announced a $22.5 million dollar settlement (the largest civil penalty ever) to address claims of unfair and deceptive trade practices in violating its privacy statement for Google Buzz – a social networking application for Gmail users.  Click Here for