What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

How the Hustle Brag Phenomenon Is Hurting Your Mental Health Who Stole My Face? The Risks Of Law Enforcement Use Of Facial Recognition Software Managing Pre-Litigation Investigations for the Best Results Be Prepared: How to Proactively Account for Data Privacy Technology and Policymakers The impact of mental health training in the workplace Trends in Proportionality…

Your IT Folks Probably Know A Lot About You – Do You Trust Them?
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Your IT Folks Probably Know A Lot About You – Do You Trust Them?

Before we get into the nitty gritty of technology and ethics, lets get this out of the way. In the US, if you use a computer or mobile device that was issued to you by your employer, they own that device, and in some way, they own every bit of data that comes and goes…

Linked: The Original EDRM Has Run Its Course – Is it Time for an In Situ E-Discovery Model?
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Linked: The Original EDRM Has Run Its Course – Is it Time for an In Situ E-Discovery Model?

Anne Kershaw’s LinkedIn post definitely provides some food for thought. Personally, I would agree that, eventually, this approach should be the recommended one: As is obvious, the huge change with the In Situ model is that by and large the corporate data doesn’t move. It stays in place as different analytical capabilities are applied to…

If Candidates Are Ghosting You, Is It a Sign Your Position Isn’t Anything Special?
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If Candidates Are Ghosting You, Is It a Sign Your Position Isn’t Anything Special?

That’s the interesting take away from this piece in Barron’s from early this year, and one that I think has some truth. White-collar jobs, where much of the recruiting action is, don’t look that different from food processing. As much as 95% of hiring is for experienced workers who will step right in and perform…

Linked: Learning is optimized when we fail 15% of the time
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Linked: Learning is optimized when we fail 15% of the time

Some interesting things to consider from this research for training, and your own career. Making mistakes, and getting things wrong, 15% of the time might actually be better for learning. Do you have the freedom to make that many mistakes in your job? Or, in a training situation, are you challenging students enough that they…

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

Mental Health Problems Need To Be Destigmatized In The Workplace Legal Tech: A Closer Look At 3 Summer Cases Concerning Lost Data The global shortage of privacy professionals A Seat at the Bench: Insights from the Relativity Fest 2019 Judicial Panel If You’re Not Requesting Slack Data in Ediscovery—or Preserving It—What Are You Waiting For?…