We can’t trust Google. It’s been a long time since they tried to live up to the original mantra of “Don’t be evil.” A LONG time.
Breaking the Taboo – What I Learned from Talking about Mental Health in the Workplace
Why mental health at the workplace should be the priority in 2021 and beyond
The Admissibility of Social Media Evidence of Insurrection
The Easy Way to Backup Gmail
Dozens Of Human Rights Group Tell Congress: Do Not Gut Section 230 On Our Behalf; It’ll Do More Harm Than Good
The curious case of pivot table caches in eDiscovery
What’s Wrong with the Way We Work
Ten Things Law Firms Can Do to Prevent Being Blown Up by Ransomware
Five Great Reads on eDiscovery for January 2021
Why the five-day workweek is outdated for working from home
Building a Network: 4 Ways to Add Value By Helping Others Succeed
How to Support an Employee with a Chronic Health Condition
The tech predictions by Jefferson Graham on the USA Today website include a couple of tidbits about the possibility of users going over the new Google limits, and thus paying to keep their Gmail accounts, and the possibility of paid podcasts, large podcasts moving to a service similar to Apple Music, and becoming a paid…
I’m sure by now most of my readers have seen warning after warning about how phishers and hackers are taking advantage of our current situation. As more people find themselves working in odd situations, and with unfamiliar tools, they’re trying to get in and get us to let down our guard just a little bit….
So two Harvard students wondered just how much information was out there that had simply, been dumped online and made publicly available by hackers. Then, they also wondered how much of this data could be combined to identify and track people across various websites. What they found, was worse than most of us imagine. “We…