Mudd Law Blog


Twitter Announces Changes to Combat Online Harassment

Twitter has announced three new changes to its service designed to make it a safe place for its users. The first of these changes is aimed at stopping the creation of new

Pew Research Center Releases Cybersecurity Report

The Pew Research Center’s Internet, Science & Tech division released a report called “Americans and Cybersecurity.” The center surveyed over a thousand adults throughout the country in the Spring of 2016

Facebook and Oculus have vowed to appeal the $500 Million Verdict in ZeniMax’s Favor – What does that mean?

After less than one week of deliberations, the jury in the legal battle between ZeniMax Media Inc. and Oculus VR has entered a verdict.  While the jury determined that Oculus

Charles Lee Mudd Jr. Presented and Moderated at the ISBA’s Cybersecurity Program

Charles Lee Mudd Jr. of Mudd Law spoke at the Illinois State Bar Association’s “Cybersecurity: Protecting Your Clients and Your Firm.” The event featured several presentations on the importance of data

POTUS Expected to Sign Executive Order on Cybersecurity

The new President of the United States is expected to sign an executive order on United States cybersecurity.  Early Tuesday morning, a Reddit user posted an apparent draft of the executive order.

Remote Technology in Cars: Good Idea?

In recent years, Zipcar has simplified and mobilized car-sharing. Zipcar has designed and implemented a nearly-seamless process whereby a user can make a reservation online, swipe their ID on the