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With a passion for all aspects of litigation, Natalia is a powerhouse when involved in pretrial motion practices, consumer finance matters, contract disputes, insurance law, intellectual property and technology matters, and torts.

Blockchain technology is seeing increasingly wide use internationally, but security issues are becoming a major problem.

Blockchain is a public electronic ledger that can be openly shared among users and that creates an unchangeable record of their transactions. Each transaction, or “block”, is time-stamped and linked to the previous one. Each block is then linked to a specific participant. Blockchain can only be updated by consensus between users in the system, and when new data is entered, it can never be erased, edited, adjusted, or changed.Continue Reading What the Cryptocurrency Hacks Mean for the Security of Blockchain

On February 27, 2018, the Supreme Court heard arguments in United States v. Microsoft Corp., a case that will decide whether a digital communications provider has to comply with a U.S. search warrant for user data that is stored outside of the U.S. U.S. v. Microsoft could have major consequences for digital privacy and international data sharing, especially for the cloud-computing industry.
Continue Reading U.S. v. Microsoft: Is Your Data and Privacy at Risk?