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Macro TECHNOLOGY New Jersey Supreme Court Says ‘Forgone Conclusion’ Trumps Fifth Amendment In Crooked Cop Case

The New Jersey Supreme Court has made the Fifth Amendment discussion surrounding compelled production of passwords/ passcodes more interesting. And by interesting, I mean frustrating. (h/t Orin Kerr) The issue is far from settled and the nation’s top court hasn’t felt like settling it yet. Precedent continues to accumulate, but it’s contradictory and tends to hinge on each court’s interpretation of the “foregone conclusion” concept. If …

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Hacker Diplomacy: Minimizing Business Risks Stemming From Vulnerability Disclosures

In the new work-from-home world where nonessential companies have pivoted into a largely remote workforce model with increasing reliance on business tools that ensure connectivity, there is a growing concern that tools like Zoom may not be vetted to the full extent of their now-applicable use case. At home, with consumers turning away from gyms and malls …

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