30 September 2015
Wyndham Decision: FTC Can Sue Businesses For Getting Hacked
re: federal trade commission, cybersecurity, liability
source: Burning Down The House – The Wyndham Decision Allows The FTC To Sue Businesses For Getting Hacked | Fowler White Burnett, P.A. - JDSupra
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