Not long ago, there was a kerfuffle over the use of the term “OK, Boomer,” which I guess is a pejorative term aimed at my generation for being out-of-touch with the modern world. (See the Vox article here.) Truth be told, maybe we are out of touch, at least about some things. As someone
If you’re a Rolling Stones fan, you may remember the (underrated) 1974 song, “Fingerprint File.” (You can hear it by clicking here…“Listenin’ to me/On your satellite.”) Who knew that, four decades ago, Mick and Keith could be so prescient about cybersnooping and leaks of sensitive data? Edward Snowden, Bradley Manning, NSA, Nigerian scammers…even British …
Can a first-party insurance policy ever provide coverage for third-party loss? Well…that depends on what the policy actually says, which goes back to the first rule of all coverage work: Read The Policy. (Corollary rule: Assumptions Are The Mother of All Foulups.)
Here are the facts from a very recent case decided by the U.S.