Jonathan Zittrain proposes a very interesting hypothetical: Suppose a laptop were found at the apartment of one of the perpetrators of last year’s Paris attacks. It’s searched by the authorities pursuant to a warrant, and they find a file on the laptop that’s a set of instructions for carrying out the attacks. The discovery would surely help in the prosecution of the laptop’s owner, tying him to the crime.
Original release date: May 22, 2015 The Internet Crime Complaint Center (IC3) has released its Internet Crime Report for 2014, indicating that scams relating to social media — including doxing, click-jacking, and pharming — have increased substantially over the past five years. US-CERT encourages users to review the IC3 Alert for details and refer to the US-CERT Tip ST04-014 for information on social engineering and phishing attacks. This product is provided subject to this Notification and this Privacy & Use policy.
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Original release date: August 18, 2014 US-CERT is aware of a breach of sensitive patient identification information affecting approximately 4.5 million patients and customers of Community Health Systems, Inc. As part of DHS, US-CERT is working together with the FBI and the Department of Health and Human Services to assist in sharing specific vulnerabilities and mitigations with the healthcare industry to prevent additional breaches from occurring. US-CERT recommends that individuals who suspect they may have been victimized as a result of this breach report any incidents to the FBI’s Internet Crime Complaint Center .