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Lawyer Monthly Q&A: Should Companies Pay Data Hacking Ransoms?

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Friday, August 05, 2016

In the 21st century, a new form of kidnapping has arisen: data ransoming. Hackers can gain access to digital assets and information through a company’s server or emails, and can threaten to disclose…

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General News & Firm Announcements   |   Wednesday, July 27, 2016
Law Firm Updates
Alison Kwan Selected to 2016 Northern California Super Lawyers Rising Stars List

Alison Kwan has been selected for inclusion on the 2016 Northern California Super Lawyers list for her work in intellectual…

Anonymous Online Misconduct

Karl Kronenberger Discusses Data Ransoming in Lawyer Monthly

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Tuesday, July 12, 2016

Ransomware, which is a form of malware that encrypts data and demands a payment from the victim to unlock it, is a growing problem. And, after assessing all their options, many companies opt to pay…

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Spam Law

Winning the Fight Against Email Spam Plaintiffs

By Karl S. Kronenberger  |  Sunday, June 26, 2016

There have been many changes in the realm of email spam law since 2003, which was the year when both the federal CAN-SPAM Act and the California anti-spam law were passed. While the pendulum has swung…

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Press & Published Articles   |   Friday, June 24, 2016
Spam Law
Defending Against Spam Shakedowns: Karl Kronenberger Authors Daily Journal Article

Since the federal CAN-SPAM Act and California’s anti-spam law (CASL) were passed in 2003, the world of email spam law has significantly changed. There have been multiple shifts in the laws, including…

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