“Hacker Way” Can Solve the Problem of Empty Suits in the Board Room

Facebook’s success shows that for organizations to prosper in today’s world they must: focus on impact, be fast, be bold, be open, and build social value. To attain these goals they must adopt iterative processes for continuous…

Case Adds Punitive Damages Teeth to Federal Anti-Hacker Privacy Law

An opinion by the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals strengthens federal anti-hacker email privacy law by allowing a civil suit for punitive damages alone, even when there are no actual damages. Van Alstyne v. Electronic Scriptorium, 560 F.3d 199…

The “Hacker Way” – Impactful, Fast, Bold, Open, Values

The success of the high-tech Silicon Valley start ups, from Hewlett Packard, to Apple, to Facebook to Google and Twitter – they all show that for organizations to prosper in today’s world they must adopt the values…

“The Hacker Way” – What e-Discovery Can Learn From Facebook’s Culture and Management

Facebook’s regulatory filing for its initial public stock offering included a letter to potential investors by 27 year old billionaire Mark Zuckerberg. The letter describes the culture and approach to management that he follows as CEO of…