Technology providers are becoming more aggressive in their attempts to counter perceptions that they voluntarily give the government access to users' email and other sensitive information
The National Association for Law Placement released its annual report on diversity, and the news is none too cheery: Women in the associate ranks declined for the fourth year in a row
...categorizing the applications into those that will be used by “high-risk” patients—who need more oversight—versus the applications used...
Compliance officers are not necessarily expected to be cybersecurity experts, but are expected to ask questions to assure that risks are addressed
Sometimes you just have to dive headfirst into new water to grow your career
Judges continue to order the disclosure of search terms that appear to discount or misunderstand the protected nature of key aspects of the e-discovery process
Originally Published: New York Law Journal
Originally Published: The Recorder
Amendments to the Telephone Consumer Protection Act, which restricts telephone solicitations and limits the use of automatic dialing systems, are finding favor among class action attorneys
...Goel write. American companies aren't denying the security risk. Domestic companies from Google to Microsoft are beefing up security to assuage...
Apple closed two big deals and raked in a ton of cash this week. Amazon's delivery drones set off privacy alarm bells. Is Microsoft preparing the first smart bra
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