How Tribes Can Avoid Gambling With Casino Patrons' Data

Law360, New York (September 21, 2016, 5:26 PM EDT) -- Erica J. Dominitz

Venus McGhee Prince Not a day seems to go by without at least one attention-grabbing and fear-inducing headline about a data breach. While data breaches are prevalent and have come to be expected, the types of breaches that different organizations experience vary quite a bit. Sometimes the victims of the breach are large corporations; other times they are relatively small businesses. Sometimes the hackers or perpetrators are foreign enemies; other times, they are an organizations’ own employees. Sometimes a breach is the result of intentional misconduct; other times it is a result of negligence. At the end of...

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