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Guam legal community learns about big data, security

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 by Krystal Paco

Guam - It's not just law enforcement addressing crimes online.

Today, over 150 members of the Guam Bar participated in the District Court of Guam's annual conference themed "Big Data, Privacy, and Information Security."

Here on Guam for the conference and a special session of the US Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit was Chief Judge Alex Kozinski.

"The conference is great. We're learning all about computers and how dangerous they are and all that data getting lost, how to retrieve it and invasion of privacy - all scary stuff," he explained.

Aside from the tech talk, Attorney Howard Trapp was recognized with the Cristobal Duenas Award.
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