Judge in Kobe Bryant Case Apologizes for Mistakes- how can we build in security protections against mistakes?
FindLaw Legal News - Judge in Kobe Bryant Case Apologizes for MistakesSo many privacy breaches are the result of mistakes. It's easy to push a button, or attach the wrong document to an e-mail. (In sending an invitation to one Senator for our new marvel comic online safety initiative, I mistakenly attached one addressed to a different senator. :-()
But when courts are involved, the costs can be even higher.
what kind of security protections do we need to implement to make sure that the wrong document isn't broadcast? Shouldn't we at least have two people check it over? or the approved documents kept in a different location?
Perhaps encrypt everything and unlock those that can be released with a special key?
we need to address these issues, sooner rather than later.