Shared Links (weekly) May 16, 2021

Shared Links (weekly) May 16, 2021

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

What I’m Sharing (weekly)

How To Keep Your Job While Dealing With Depression Court Infers Intentional, Bad Faith Spoliation From Use of Ephemeral Messaging E-Discovering the Use of Ephemeral Messaging Employers who spend more on their workers’ mental health make more money, Deloitte study finds Jonathan Bond: It’s time to stop working excessive hours and simply switch off Older…

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And Now The Prime Minister Of Canada Is Threatening To Fine Social Media Companies Over ‘Fake News’ “”Fake news” tends to be whatever top government officials declare it is.” What advice do you wish you’d gotten when you graduated from college? Feds: Autopilot was active during deadly March Tesla crash Apparently, we still have some…

Cellebrite and Law Enforcement Expect Us to Trust Them, Yet Their Tools Are on eBay?

Cellebrite and Law Enforcement Expect Us to Trust Them, Yet Their Tools Are on eBay?

I’ve already talked on and on about how various governments expect to be able to require backdoors into encrypted data, including mobile devices. When it’s pointed out that any backdoor will eventually be used by hackers, the usual response from law enforcement is to “trust us” because they have some magic ability to prevent hackers…

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Interview: Matthew Geaghan of Nuix on using total data intelligence for compliance and HR purposes Sensei Launches a New Blog: The Digital Forensics Dispatch Technology Doesn’t Change Who You Are… It Magnifies Who You Are “Technology makes people who are good at their jobs better. Technology only makes people who are bad at their jobs…