Linked – New App Lets You Find Strangers on Facebook Just By Taking Their Picture
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Linked – New App Lets You Find Strangers on Facebook Just By Taking Their Picture

Oh sure, this won’t end badly: “”Facezam could be the end of our anonymous societies,” Kenyon told the London Telegraph. “Users will be able to identify anyone within a matter of seconds, which means privacy will no longer exist in public society.” But Kenyon thinks this serves some greater purpose than simply allowing shy guys…

Linked – Why Small-Business Owners Are Easy Prey for Hackers
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Linked – Why Small-Business Owners Are Easy Prey for Hackers

This makes a lot of sense, keeping up with computer technology and security is an ongoing, and time-consuming, task. Hard to do that, and also run a business. Many owners believe they don’t have the resources — human or financial — to keep their companies safe, which takes keeping up with frequent security updates for…

Linked – “Troubling” Activity with No Proof of Spoliation Insufficient to Warrant Sanctions
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Linked – “Troubling” Activity with No Proof of Spoliation Insufficient to Warrant Sanctions

As a non-lawyer myself, I’m thinking this would be a pretty difficult thing to prove. The bar being set this high makes some sense to me, but it does leave quite a lot of wiggle room for people who don’t want to handle eDiscovery properly. Any actual lawyers want to weigh in on that? Taking…

Linked – Can your smart home be used against you in court?
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Linked – Can your smart home be used against you in court?

The answer, of course, is that we don’t really know yet. The law hasn’t caught up with technology, so it’s unclear just how much data that is being recorded by smart home technology can be shared by the companies that have the data, nor is it clear just how much data they are holding on…

Linked – The Simple Curse of The GIANT PDF in eDiscovery
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Linked – The Simple Curse of The GIANT PDF in eDiscovery

Granted, I’ve been out of the real world of litigation, working in the confines of a nice training environment instead. But is this STILL happening? Why aren’t the people on the receiving end of these going back to the Court to complain? “In today’s world of eDiscovery it is still commonplace for a law firm…