Star Kashman is an award-winning legal scholar who published the first legal articles on Search Engine Hacking (aka Google Dorking) and law. Her accolades include an award from the Office of the Director of National Intelligence (ODNI) which oversees the CIA and NSA, in recognition of her contributions to advancing a safer digital age. Kashman was a keynote speaker at the first-ever CLE for cybersecurity law for the New York County Lawyers Association, as well as the American Bar Association’s Women of Legal Tech Summit. While leading a privacy and cyber law policy reform project at Brooklyn Law School, she hosted influential experts including Carrie Goldberg to promote education and digital safety. In alignment with C.A. Goldberg’s mission, Kashman is committed to protecting victims of tech-facilitated abuse, sexual assault, and stalking. Kashman contributes to our fight against cyberstalking, doxing, deep fakes, copyright infringement, and personal injury.
A selection of Star’s recent accomplishments on behalf of our clients:
- Contributed to the social media adolescent addiction/product liability multi-district litigation against Meta, TikTok, Snap, and YouTube for harming children.
- Demanded a deepfake creator to cease abusing artificial intelligence to create and distribute nonconsensual pornographic AI-generated content of our client.
- Demanded that multiple tech companies be held accountable and change their features to address harassment, abuse, and stalking because of their features that enable, facilitate, and encourage harassers, stalkers, abusers, and predators.
- Identified and removed dozens of client’s leaked intimate photos, harassing defamatory posts, and copyrighted images.
- Assisted clients recovering from sexual assaults in seeking justice.
- Assisted a victim of doxing in getting the harasser to cease and desist, and guided the social media takedown process.
- Assisted numerous clients in seeking justice from technology platforms and social media companies.
Media, publications, and presentations:
- Washington Journal of Law, Technology, & Arts: Google Dorking or Legal Hacking: From The Cia Compromise To Your Cameras At Home, We Are Not As Safe As We Think
- Law 360: Search Engine Hacking Needs a Legislative Fix
- The CISO Times: How to Protect Your Business From a Little Known, Shockingly Simple Hacking Technique
- Brooklyn Law School: Student’s Law Journal Article Examines Legal Issues of “Google Dorking”
- Security Info Watch: Brooklyn Law School hosts “Dorking” event exploring the dangers and legality of search engine hacking
- Digital Journal: Brooklyn Law School Hosts First of its Kind “Dorking” Event Exploring the Dangers and Legality of Search Engine Hacking