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Lewis Silkin Selects NetDocuments’ Leading Cloud Platform
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: NetDocuments, the leading secure cloud-based content services platform for law firms and corporate legal and compliance departments, , announced today that Lewis Silkin, a UK based top 100
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DOJ files suit against California to invalidate Net Neutrality law!
Author Peter S. Vogel/ Internet, IT & e-Discovery Blog The Washington Post reported that the new California Net Neutrality law “prohibits carriers from demanding special new fees from websites, and it bars Internet providers from selectively exempting their preferred apps
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Breaking: ILTA Names New CEO
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: The International Legal Technology Association today announced that Joy Heath Rush will become its CEO effective Oct. 20. A longtime ILTA board member and past-president of the organization, Rush currently leads sales operations at Litera Microsystems, a
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“She has business acumen, EQ and an understanding of ILTA”: ILTA announces interim CEO
Author Caroline Hill/Legal IT Insider: Litera Microsystems vice president of client development Joy Heath Rush has been selected as interim CEO by The International Legal Technology Association (ILTA) after a formal search to replace former CEO Dan Liutikas saw the
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Regulating Privacy: Big Tech Request Federal Assistance
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Last June, California Governor, Jerry Brown, signed into law the nation’s most restrictive regulation on privacy, the California Consumer Privacy Act (“CCPA”). The law takes effect on January 2020 and grants
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The S.E.C. and Elon Musk: Social Media Posts Cost $40 million?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Although social media has acted as a platform for world leaders and celebrities to make major controversial statements, it can also act as a platform for governmental regulation. Recently, the Securities
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Police Produce Podcast to Catch Fugitive Millionaire Murderer Suspect
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Outside of the realm of crime scene analysis, the innovative use of technology is not often something we associate with the investigative practices of a local police department. Last week, however,
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The Federal Government Declares War on California Over Net Neutrality
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology On September 30, the federal government filed suit against California mere hours after the state passed what has been called the “toughest net neutrality law ever enacted in the United States.”
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Title: With Verizon on the Horizon, is North Carolina’s Broadband Monopoly in Jeopardy?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Verizon Wireless has recently announced its plan to introduce its 5G technology into your home, and its debut will not be coming to your phone, at least not at first. The
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Fifty Million Facebook Accounts Compromised: Is There any way to Keep our Data Safe?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology Another major data breach was reported on Friday, September 28th, when Facebook disclosed that nearly fifty million user profiles had been hacked. Facebook’s investigation is in the initial stages, and thus
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Artificial Intelligence and Fourth Amendment Searches
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In Kyllo v. United States, the court held that the use of “sense-enhancing” technology not in general public use to look at a criminal suspect’s house constituted a Fourth Amendment search.
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Riding on the Edge: Will the Electric Scooter Rental Boom see a Reversal?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology In 2017, it was fidget spinners; in 2018, it’s electric scooter rentals. If you’ve recently been in a major city, you’ve surely seen them parked along curbs, breezing through intersections, or
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