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BS: Absolutely. No organization should be resting on its laurels, thinking that the cybercriminals won’t be interested in them. They’re not going to be targeted is simply not true. Whether it’s design plans, medical records or good, old-fashioned payment card details — somebody, somewhere will see it as their meal ticket and as an opportunity to get a hold of that, exploit vulnerabilities, find that data, get it out, exfiltrate it, try to convert it into cash. And most cybercriminals aren’t that fussy about who they steal from. And in many cases we see in our very own investigations that it’s quite visible that in many cases the perpetrator of a cyberattacks may not even have much knowledge about who they’re stealing from in the first place.
Concurrently with filing the Complaint, GateHouse filed a motion requesting a temporary restraining order and preliminary injunction prohibiting The New York Times Co. from using content from the Wicked Local websites. The court denied GateHouse’s motion for a restraining order and consolidated the motion for a preliminary injunction with an expedited trial on the merits. The parties settled on the eve of trial , with both sides agreeing, among other things, to remove the others’ RSS feeds from their websites.
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How do you know when you have enough information in your Abstract? A simple rule-of-thumb is to imagine that you are another researcher doing an study similar to the one you are reporting. If your Abstract was the only part of the paper you could access, would you be happy with the information presented there?