Linked – China Facial Recognition Database Leak Sparks Fears Over Mass Data Collection
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Linked – China Facial Recognition Database Leak Sparks Fears Over Mass Data Collection

As much as I am very concerned about the invasion of privacy that comes along with ever-present government and commercial surveillance, the even bigger concern might just be what an inviting target all of that data will be. As governments and companies continue to collect large amounts of data – and facial recognition trials are…

Linked – Workplace Mental Health Programs
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Linked – Workplace Mental Health Programs

This seems like a promising endeavor, put together to Iris the Dragon and the Canadian government. “IncludeMe makes it simple for managers to understand and take action on workplace mental health.” Not just the IncludeMe training the link below offers a lot of links and resources put together by various groups in Canada to improve the…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

Law firms either keep up with tech or get left behind ‘Scared. Ashamed. Crippled.’: How One Lawyer Overcame Living With Depression in Big Law Understanding Electronic Discovery: Not Just for Biglaw Not If But When: Pulling E-Discovery In-House Interview: Danny Chan of Ricoh on a case study involving Relativity Analytics Information Project 5 Things That…

Linked – Would a ‘Dislike’ Option Improve Facebook?
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Linked – Would a ‘Dislike’ Option Improve Facebook?

For all of the positive things that might come from it, I think it’s safe to say this would absolutely happen: “In fact, it’s pretty easy to imagine that happening – Facebook has already noted that users will commonly report content on the platform as ‘false information’ simply because they disagree with the premise of…

Illinois Court Ruling Could Be a Game Changer

Illinois Court Ruling Could Be a Game Changer

David Horrigan writes about the case over on the Relativity blog, where collecting the thumbprint of a 14 year old without notifying the parent violated the states biometric information law (BIPA), and the Court has ruled they could sue without needing to prove he was “harmed” by the data collection. That’s interesting, for sure, but…