Legislation Management

The way to hell (prison) is paved with good intentions

Can I take something that’s free and then sell it? Eric Lundgren, one of the “pioneers and biggest enthusiasts of e-recycling”, (as Washigton Post describes him), a man who devoted his life and business to the renewal and re-use of discarded electronics, has been sued to the Florida Court by Microsoft, claiming lost profits and copyright infringements. He duplicated 28,000 ...

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Is the EU-US Privacy Shield in Jeopardy? – Breaking Down the Executive Order

On January 25th, 2017, President Donald Trump signed the Executive Order titled Enhancing Public Safety in the Interior of the United States [1].  This Executive Order was immediately placed in the public eye of technology organizations everywhere due to Section 14 of the Executive Order stating: Sec. 14.  Privacy Act.  Agencies shall, to the extent consistent with applicable law, ensure ...

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ISO SAM Comes Center Stage

“IAITAM members seeking more natural, evolutionary approach will find the news of SAM in stages refreshing…”   Executive summary Focusing on how to use standards in the real world, this article continues from recent articles to explore how ISO is making Software Asset Management (SAM) standards much more accessible. It will interest organizations that want to achieve best practice in ...

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