...in 2009 and developed applications such as a news program for Newsweek's The Daily Beast website and a hedge fund management application...
Social networking offers an abundance of evidence that may not be obtainable without undercover work. Unfortunately, discovery rules and ethical guidelines are outpaced by the growth of social networ
...[FOOTNOTE 2] According to both Newsweek and BusinessWeek, fantasy sports is a $3 billion industry...
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Technology is changing the way people are defended and judged, says attorney Ken Strutin. Smart communication tools are flooding the lives of clients, witnesses, jurors and criminal justice professio
Extrasensory technologies collect and process information beyond the human senses. These technologies, such as license plate reading, which uses infrared cameras to capture digital images of plate nu
Living in an iPhone and BlackBerry culture of instant response and constant availability, the only surprise today is when you don't have interruptions. But how does that existence square with the exp
...or post-conviction review. A couple of months ago, Newsweek reported on an investigation concerning the murder of a British college...
...basic, but works well.)Favorite non-tech magazines: Newsweek, Sports Illustrated.Favorite TV show: "The...
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