Is Key Claim Missing from Pastor’s Lawsuit Over Wife’s Nude Pics Emailed to Swinger Site?

Should a claim for [YOU GUESS] have been included in this lawsuit? See my thoughts below and share your thoughts.

The Allegations Behind the Lawsuit

A legal team led by Gloria Allred made news by suing Toyota (and others) on behalf of a Frisco, Texas pastor and his wife, Tim  and Claire Gautreaux, alleging that a Toyota salesman emailed nude pictures of Claire to a swingers’ website from Tim’s phone while in his possession to confirm a preapproval offer that was on an app. Continue reading “Is Key Claim Missing from Pastor’s Lawsuit Over Wife’s Nude Pics Emailed to Swinger Site?”

3 Important Points on Computer Use Policies

IMPORTANT POINT #1: YOUR BUSINESS MUST HAVE A COMPUTER USE POLICY IN PLACE

Computer Use Policies (or Acceptable Use Policies, as they are often referred to) are must haves for today’s businesses. Such policies are a foundational component in how a business creates a culture of security with its workforce by establishing expectations on what are and are not permissible ways to use and safeguard the businesses’ digital assets, as well as third parties’ information that it may be holding. Continue reading “3 Important Points on Computer Use Policies”

3 Key Takeaways About Texas’ Unauthorized Access Law

The Dallas Court of Appeals recently decided a civil case involving claims under Texas’ unauthorized access of computer law that provides some helpful guidance for this relatively new law that has very little case law construing it. The 3 takeaways that follow are the key legal principles that apply to this law as set forth in the case Miller v. Talley Dunn Gallery, LLC, 2016 WL 836775 (Tex. App.–Dallas, Mar. 3, 2016). Continue reading “3 Key Takeaways About Texas’ Unauthorized Access Law”