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Guest Post: The Speed of Breaches and Other Bad News in Cybersecurity Incident Response

 For any organization experiencing a data breach, the organization’s response to the incident remains one of the most important and yet one of the most challenging next steps. In the following guest post, Paul Ferrillo, a partner in the New … Continue reading

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Valley Bike Share Program Full Speed Ahead

The Lower Rio Grande Development Council has looked at McAllen and even Austin’s dockless system to implement a plan that would not cost the taxpayers a dime. A dockless system as compared to ones most often associated with bike programs … Continue reading

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Google “Speed Update” Now Rolling Out for All Users

Back in January, we posted about an announcement Google made on its Webmaster Central Blog about a new mobile ranking update which it dubbed the “Speed Update.” This update would make the mobile search rankings be more heavily influenced by mobile … Continue reading

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Snapchat’s Speed Filter Not Protected by Section 230–Maynard v. Snapchat

Christal McGee allegedly drove recklessly (over 100 mph) to capture her accomplishment in Snapchat’s speed filter. McGee’s car hit Maynard’s car and caused permanent brain damage to someone in the car. The Maynards sued Snapchat, alleging “Snapchat knew that its … Continue reading

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Speed Limit on More of I-90 Increased

In the past few years, the Illinois Legislature has enacted laws which make Excessive Speeding a much more serious matter than most people think. Most people are conditioned to believe that if they are pulled over for speeding they will … Continue reading

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