Why on earth was Capital One storing 14 years of credit card apps on S3? (No. 4)

Also, how the Computer Fraud and Abuse Act works

Today, I had planned to talk about some of Microsoft’s legal leadership and, FINALLY, about a token that’s not a securities violation. Instead, a hacker from Seattle, Washington disrupted my plans.

It’s almost impossible to miss the news of the gigantic Capital One data breach. One hundred million individuals hacked. About fourteen years’ worth of online…

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