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Benjamin Wright
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The University of North Texas at Dallas is pioneering a whole new vision for higher education. It's quite different from the traditional ivory tower, whose mission is to confer pristine diplomas and conduct esoteric research.

UNTD is deeply engaged with its local community, and it finds ways to serve that local community by addressing practical needs. In this case, the practical need is to distribute fresh, locally-grown food to people who lack access to it. Wow.

Along the way students who work on the project get scholarships and academic credit and training.

At the same time, the University promotes its brand as an institution for change in South Dallas (and the surrounding area) and a welcoming place for getting an education.
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I’m honored to be moderating a panel on legal investigations of possible data breaches, featuring international lawyers from Paris, the UK and the US. Will you join us at our SANS Data Breach Summit in NYC this August? @MelindaMcLellan and @JamesSherer will be there! http://www.sans.org/u/EGq
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To perform well as a cyber investigator, you need to understand the law applicable to your work.
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Who owns artificial intelligence inference data?

Inference data refers to information collected by an artificial intelligence system in order to analyze or understand a topic. For example, an artificial intelligence system might accumulate inference data about how an engineer solves a problem or designs a system. Then the artificial intelligence might be able to use that data to think like the engineer and go beyond what the engineer can do.

Employers have long required employees like Engineers to sign intellectual property agreements that say the employer owns anything that the employee invents while working for the employer. I can imagine that employers will now expand those agreements to say that any inference data gathered while the employee is working for the employer is the property of the employer.

The employer argues that while the employee is doing his or her work, the employer is paying for artificial intelligence to evaluate what the employee is doing and make sense of it and advance artificial intelligence capabilities to do the type of work that the employee does. Therefore the employer says it is entitled to own the inference data.
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Balance and proportionality have roles to play when you try to comply with all the data laws around the world.
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Data law compliance is hard. Helpful tools for compliance are tags, labels, banners, terms of use and the like. http://blog.netmail.com/improve-legal-outcomes-by-marking-data-with-labels
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To comply with #GDPR , you must locate data that may have been collected long ago. http://blog.netmail.com/comply-with-gdpr
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The security and confidentiality of records produced in eDiscovery are becoming more urgent issues. If the requesting party in eDiscovery cannot protect the produced records, then the whole eDiscovery procedure may be called into question.
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The future of "hostile e-Discovery," such as through raid of a corporation by FBI or IRS: http://blog.netmail.com/a-new-vision-for-hostile-ediscovery
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