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Legal Technology Articles

  • What Lawyers Need to Know about the General Data Privacy Regulation (GDPR)

    Attorneys, who already handle sensitive information about their clients, may find themselves subject to GDPR rules depending on their clientele. As businesses globalize, more law firms will likely need to have these regulations on their radar.

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  • How to Provide Non-Parties With Notice to Preserve Documents

    Sometimes, electronic discovery takes us outside the realm of just the plaintiff and defendant - a third party can also be put on notice to preserve documents for litigation.

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  • The Ethical Considerations of Cybersecurity

    Experts agree that all businesses should plan for when they experience a data breach, not if. On top of that, the amount of highly sensitive information held by attorneys and law firms makes them tempting targets for hackers. However, while the majority of attorneys are aware of the general threat of a data breach, it is also important to understand how cybersecurity fits into the obligations imposed by their jurisdiction's professional rules.

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  • Understanding the Legal Issues for Social Networking Sites and Their Users

    It seems that everyone is a member of a social network these days. Whether it's your kids on MySpace and Facebook, or your colleagues on LinkedIn, people are taking advantage of these new online meeting spaces to make friends, communicate and expand business opportunities. But what are the legal obligations that arise out of the use of social networks, both for the user and the sites themselves?

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  • FTC Online Behavioral Advertising Privacy Principles Unplugged

    Behavioral advertising seeks to target relevant content for individual Internet consumers, but to do so, it relies upon information specific to those individuals. As a result, there has been some concern about the proper handling of private information relating to Internet consumers.

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