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Chicago Election Judges Received Misinformation Calls

How could this have happened? The media has been reporting instances of Republican election judges receiving telephone calls misinforming them that their service was not needed on election day or that further training in remote far away places was required in order to participate as an election judge in Cook County Illinois. The Chicago Cook[…Read More]

Chicago Board of Election Website Catastrophic Security Breach

More than 1.7 Million Registered Voters Have Personal Information Disclosed Forensicon just uncovered and reported a massive security breach at the Chicago Board of Election’s website http://www.chicagoelections.com. The last time this happened was back in 2006 when past and present Chairman of the Board of Elections ordered a computer forensics audit, yet here we are again[…Read More]

Kalish v. Leapfrog Online

Plaintiff Jason Kalish sued Leapfrog Online after he left the company claiming that the company owed him $781,632 in commissions and salary. Forensicon was hired to inspect Jason Kalish’s work computer and found a “zip” file of company data that had been e-mailed outside the company on Jason Kalish’s last day of work

Employee Sues Former Employer – Employee Pays

CHICAGO, IL – June 5, 2006: In Kalish v. Leapfrog Online, et. al., 03 L 11695 (Circuit Court of Cook County, Illinois), Jason Kalish sued Leapfrog Online after he left the company claiming that the company owed him $781,632 in commissions and salary. Forensicon was hired to inspect Kalish’s work computer and found a “zip”[…Read More]