The names, addresses, case numbers and Medicaid numbers of more than 744,000 Hoosiers on Medicaid were exposed in a contractor’s late May security breach, Indiana’s Family and Social Services Administration announced Friday.
Drowning in data: Attorneys grappling with increase in digital evidence
If you’re wanting to find out how prosecutor’s offices and law enforcement are doing in handling a growing amount of digital evidence, criminal defense attorney John Tompkins figures you could get 92 different answers — one for each of Indiana’s counties.Read More
Bill aims to protect data privacy: Law looks for balance between rights of consumers, businesses
A new state law passed earlier this year, Senate Enrolled Act 5, has set up a framework for Hoosier consumers to find what personal information of theirs is being collected and what companies are doing with that data.Read More
Algorithmic accountability: AI-X team at Faegre Drinker providing legal guidance in new area of law
Scott Kosnoff and his Faegre Drinker Biddle & Reath colleague Bennett Borden in Washington, D.C., are co-leading a new initiative at the firm to guide and counsel businesses that use algorithms to enhance their operations or market their products. Dubbed the Artificial Intelligence and Algorithmic Decision-Making Team, or AI-X for short, the new group is bringing data scientists from Faegre Drinker’s wholly-owned consulting subsidiary, Tritura, together with the firm’s attorneys from different practice areas.Read More
A person who filed a putative class action lawsuit against their current employer for an alleged data breach must refile the complaint using their real name, a federal magistrate judge has ruled.
State lawmakers are prioritizing multiple bills in the current legislative session that seek to increase data privacy. But Republican legislators remain reluctant to enact policy around increasingly common surveillance technology.