We’re about to enter that crazy time of the year(s) when political advertising crashes through your radio speaker or shows up during your favorite television programs.
The fact that the systems would be controlled over the Internet has also raised concerns about hackers.
Brad Young, partner with Harris Dowell & Fisher, spoke with TIAM on Thursday, Dec. 18 about new pension laws.
Could computer programs someday wipe out crime? Maybe. But one local attorney is asking—at what cost to your freedoms?
Skype and Snap Chat are hacked. What is happening? Should we be concerned? What can you do about it? Brad Young is an attorney and internet security specialist. He’s a partner with Harris, Dowell and Fischer.
St. Louis, Mo. (KMOX)As you heard on KMOX News Monday, the practice of electronically scanning drivers license data is causing concern for some shoppers. Attorney Brad Young with Roberts Perryman says while there’s no law […]
A Florissant family is finally home safe, after a confiscated passport left them stranded in China for several weeks.