When Breaches Go Unreported

Mon, 22 Oct 2007 by Aaron Titus

Despite data breach notification laws across the country, many breaches just simply go unreported. We need changes in our legal systems to help shape market forces in behalf of privacy. SSNBreach.org was designed to help push market forces in favor of privacy.

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  1. John Lawford Says:

    Aaron - you should check out the new report on breach notification from University of California-Berkeley School of Law. See Security Breach Notification Laws:
    Views from Chief Security Officers - see http://www.law.berkeley.edu/clinics/samuelson/

  2. J. Quinn Brierley Says:

    Very interesting to say the very least. It is good to see you striving to fight the good fight. It is also nice to see what you have been up to since high school

  3. Richard Says:

    Thanks for the privacy podcasts and best wishes to you and your family.

  4. Nicole Says:

    I couldn't figure out how else to contact besides a comment, but I just have some questions about facebook privacy..(a little slow on this i know)

    How easy do you think it is for people to hack into my facebook and find personal information, even if I have the highest privacy settings on?

    Are there loopholes in the facebook system that could make it easy for someone who is not my friend to view my profile and pictures?

    thanks so much for your time!