In the News April 5

Posted: Wed, 04/10/2013 - 09:26

Professor Michael DeBow
From March 27–29, Professor DeBow was one of 35 participants in a conference on judicial selection organized jointly by the Aspen Institute, the University of Denver, and the Federalist Society. This conference was held in Colorado Springs, CO.

Professor Woodrow N. Hartzog
“Chaney was no computer prodigy. He didn’t need to be one in order to pull a stunt that spanned 11 months and affected more than 50 people in the entertainment industry. In many instances, this type of attack could still be executed,” said Professor Hartzog in a March 27 Bloomberg article “Leaked Photos of Johansson Expose Cloud’s Vulnerabilities to Social Engineering.” The article is about the hacking of celebrities email accounts. To access this article go to http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2013-03-26/leaked-photos-of-johansson-expose-cloud-s-vulnerabilities-to-social-engineering.html.

“The press has always faced challenges from both government and private entities who have attempted to restrain the publication of information that is adverse to their interests,” said Professor Hartzog in a piece by Weld for Birmingham on legal issues related to press inquiries. To access this piece go to http://weldbham.com/blog/2013/03/27/speak-no-evil/.