...Association of Privacy Professionals. The organization is holding its annual Privacy Academy in Seattle from September 30 to October 2. An...
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As the revival of Annie opens on Broadway, complete with the musical's signature refrain, "the sun'll come out tomorrow," the East Coast shakes off the effects of Hurricane Sandy, and industry vetera
With the growing use of social networking sites in litigation, lawyers need to be aware of the ethical issues such evidence presents. H. Christopher Boehning and Daniel J. Toal, of Paul Weiss, look a
New technologies have emerged that let users set the shelf-life of text messages they have sent, causing the messages to expire and be deleted after a preset period of time. This new means of communi
... provides access to firm information, and establishes ethical walls to ensure privacy. • Supervisorm, which applies policies to communications, including e...
...divorce cases. The American Academy of Matrimonial Lawyers says 81 percent of its members have used...
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A suspicious wife accesses her husband's e-mail account on their mutually-owned home computer. Her review of his messages proves that he has not been faithful. The wife wants to file for divorce and
...replaced traditional news media values of objectivity. Many people have traded personal privacy for greater access to information and individually tailored news feeds. ...
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