Friday Six-Pack: Is the $4.7 billion sale of BlackBerry toast? Did Apple land a partnership with the world's largest mobile carrier? Will China relax its web censorship
...Major Security Loophole in Apple's iOS7. Friday, Sept. 19 marks...
...as simple as email can pose for compliance officers. In May, the Securities and Exchange Commission ...
Originally Published: Corporate Counsel
Governments are accusing tech giants such as Google and Amazon of incorporating themselves in low-tax countries so they can avoid paying hundreds of millions of dollars to countries such as Germany,
As Congress and state legislatures propose and pass legislation to prevent the invasion of personal social network sites by employers, attorneys Lynne Bernabei and Alan R. Kabat discuss why it should
Originally Published: National Law Journal
...Customs and Border Protection, a division of the Department of Homeland Security, are increasingly popular venues for American intellectual-property holders to assert their...
Ropes & Gray partner Joan Lukey is a renowned First Amendment lawyer, but now finds herself in the position of trying to silence a cyberstalker who began targeting her after she obtained a court orde
Law Technology News
As firmwide records manager at Pillsbury Winthrop, Tanya Garig needed to keep attorneys from storing their e-mail in their inboxes. Using e-mail systems as storage tools means insecure data easily lo
Establishing protocols so e-mail won't languish in attorney inboxes
...to court records and to establish rules to protect the privacy and security of personal information. As some of the comments show, the...
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