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  • 2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities
    2020 Budget Proposal Makes Cybersecurity, Cybercrime Priorities

    On Monday, March 11, 2019, the White House released its 2020 Budget Proposal. The federal government’s plan for Fiscal Year 2020, A Budget for a Better America , is a robust 150-page proposal packed ...

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  • Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in
    Ian Friedman & Brad Wolfe Discuss Rule 41 in "Attorney at Law" Magazine

    Attorney Ian Friedman and Law Clerk Brad Wolfe were given the opportunity to contribute a column to the latest edition of Attorney at Law Magazine. Thanks to their experience in the areas of computers ...

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  • Rule 41 Modification Grants Feds Ability to Hack Any Computer
    Rule 41 Modification Grants Feds Ability to Hack Any Computer

    A controversial expansion of government powers has granted the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) the ability to hack an unlimited number of civilian computers with just a single warrant, including ...

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  • Newsnet5 Turns to Attorney Friedman for Insight on Twinsburg Cyber Scandal
    Newsnet5 Turns to Attorney Friedman for Insight on Twinsburg Cyber Scandal

    Newsnet5 recently obtained a search warrant filed by Twinsburg Police detailing the shocking Tumblr blog that was recently found to be depicting nude and inappropriate photos of 14 underage Twinsburg ...

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  • Judge Hands Down Reduced Sentence for Attorney Friedman's Client
    Judge Hands Down Reduced Sentence for Attorney Friedman's Client

    On Wednesday, March 4, a Cleveland business owner and family man received a vastly reduced prison sentence for federal child pornography charges, due to the vigilant defense counsel of Attorney Ian N. ...

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  • Attorney Friedman Negotiates Lighter Sentence in Child Pornography Case
    Attorney Friedman Negotiates Lighter Sentence in Child Pornography Case

    On December 1 a Willoughby man accused of child pornography offenses was sentenced to 45 days in jail as a result of the hard work and dedication of Attorney Ian N. Friedman. The client pleaded guilty ...

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