Quote of the Day - I have no use for bodyguards, but I have very specific use for two highly trained certified public accountants.
It all started when three MIT students put together a presentation for their Network Security Class at MIT about their findings regarding the security vulnerabilities of Boston's Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority (MBTA) Charlie Card and Charlie Ticket. After FBI involvement and a temporary gag order placed on the students, the MBTA sued the students and MIT in United States District Court in Massachusetts.
Please join me and my fellow Law.com blogger and co-host Bob Ambrogi as we discuss this case with Tuna Chaterjee, a fellow at the Berkman Center and a Staff Attorney with the Citizen Media Law Project and Attorney Marc Randazza, First Amendment attorney with the law firm of Weston, Garrou, Walters & Mooney. Then we will take a look at the legal issues involved in MBTA v. Anderson, the rights of these students, the MBTA's reaction, the lawsuit filed, First Amendment issues, security issues and what the future holds for these students.