Shared Links (weekly) March 14, 2021

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Top 10 Situations You Can Avoid with a Protocol

The Key Takeaway From Steven Guilbeault’s Facebook Use: Linking Should Not Require a Licence

Bliss is Using Technology Assisted Review without Court Permission

Why Legal Teams Must Make Data Retention a Priority

You’re Not Alone If You’re Only Staying In Your Job Because Of The Pandemic

– Interesting thought exercise for employers – how many of your team is only staying “for now”?

How men are finding mental health support with digital tools

The FBI Should Stop Attacking Encryption and Tell Congress About All the Encrypted Phones It’s Already Hacking Into

Report: Quality, not quantity, is the hallmark of the latest waves of phishing attacks

– They are getting better at this.

Work Depression: What It Is and How to Deal with It

Managers aren’t doing enough to support anxious employees—how to start… Read More

Linked: How to be vulnerable at work without spilling everything, from Brené Brown

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One of the real struggles when trying to bring our whole selves to the workplace, including our struggles, is that often, the details don’t need to be widely shared. Sometimes because the details involve other people, or there are things that we don’t feel comfortable sharing, yet we can ask for help and support. This goes for family and friendships too.… Read More

Shared Links (weekly) March 7, 2021

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Mitigating E-Discovery Risk of Collaboration Tools

Study: Facebook Users Find Fake News More Engaging Than Facts

– The biggest problem has always been us, not the tech companies.

Forensic Analysis of a Personal Laptop is Intrusive Discovery

Worried About Malware? eDiscovery Could Be Your Biggest Malware Threat

ILTA Names Five ‘Influential Women in Legal Tech’ for 2021

Looking Out for Manipulated ‘Deepfake’ Evidence in Family Law Cases

5 Ways HR Can Support Employees’ Mental Health

2021: Breaches and Ransomware Off to Scary Start

7 places to find free college courses online, from Harvard to MIT

How to Better Support a High Performing Workforce and Yourself During the Pandemic… Read More

Linked: Twitter announces new features to help you make money and fight trolls

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The Super Follow option to charge for access to some of your tweets got all the headlines, and holds exactly zero interest for me, but this little gem might be interesting.

“Twitter is working on a new Communities feature for the platform, which will let users create groups with people who share similar interests. The feature will essentially work like Facebook Groups, and it will let you share tweets exclusively with your community members.”… Read More

The Insanity of Forcing Tech Companies to Pay For Linking to News

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I’m sure many of you have already seen the ongoing battle between Facebook, and Google, and the Australian government. The government, mostly at the behest of Rupert Murdoch, is about to pass a law that forces the “big tech” companies to negotiate with news publishers to pay them for the content that is linked to on Google News or on Facebook. 

I’m hear to argue that this is legitimately insane. … Read More

Shared Links (weekly) Feb. 21, 2021

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UniCourt Influencer Q&A with Amanda Brown of Lagniappe Law Lab

More bosses are using software to monitor remote workers. Not everyone is happy about it

Corporate E-Discovery Insourcing Runs Straight Into Talent, and Culture, Walls

Filter Out Annoying Facebook Posts With These Tools

– Learn some tools to take control over your own newsfeed.

3 Insights Following the Water Facility Attack

A Case Against the Peeping Tom Theory of Privacy

Legal Tech Innovation: The Future is Bright

Redundancy: Surviving the mental health impact of losing your job

Redaction – good news from Relativity but less good for some others… Read More

Linked: Social media is no place for COVID-19 vaccination cards

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I don’t know, it seems like finding someone’s full name and birth date on social media isn’t really that hard, with or without the card, but maybe that information about where you got the shot and when could be used against you. It is private health information after all. Maybe it should stay that way?… Read More

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