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“New and improved”: Will the FTC’s latest round of data security orders remedy its authority challenge in LabMD?
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The Federal Trade Commission (FTC) has become the de facto enforcer of data security issues in the United States’ sectoral, or industry-specific, privacy laws. In 2018, the regulatory entity’s authority was
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US Office of Management and Budget Issues a Memorandum Calling for Agency Plans From Federal Government Agencies
Author Bernadette M. Broccolo and Adriana Fortune/Of Digital Interest: On January 7, 2020, the Director of the US Office of Management and Budget (OMB) issued a Draft Memorandum (the Memorandum) to all federal “implementing agencies” regarding the development of regulatory
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Decrypting Apple’s Refusal to Unlock iPhones
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology             Recently, Apple has again faced scrutiny by the DOJand even our presidentfor their adamant refusal to unlock their customers’ iPhones upon government request. In response to the Pensacola shooting, where an Air Force cadet
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The Lessons of Atrium: Innovation is Messy as Borders Blur Between Law Firms & Tech Companies
Author Peter Colin/Legal Executive Institute: After the fall of legal tech start-up Atrium, the overlap between software companies and law firms may be spreading, but it’s clearly not without casualties. The post The Lessons of Atrium: Innovation is Messy as
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Is Congress About to Take a Shot at Regulating Facial Recognition Technology?
Author Joseph Fawbush, Esq./Technologist: On January 15, the House Oversight and Reform Committee held hearings on how the federal government should regulate facial recognition technology. Read more on FindLaw’s Technologist.
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Realising the potential of technology in A2J: US legal services chief suggests how
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Jim Sandman is the President of the US Legal Services Corporation. He is a longtime supporter of the the use of technology in the service of access to justice.  His attendance and contribution
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Trevisan & Cuonzo adopts HighQ’s technology to remain a leader in Europe’s competitive litigation market
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Trevisan & Cuonzo, an Italian law firm with an international reputation for achievements in complex commercial and intellectual property litigation, has chosen to adopt HighQ technology to improve
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AI Transcription Company Verbit Closes $31M Series B Round
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: Verbit, the Tel Aviv-based, AI-powered transcription platform, today said it has closed a $31 million Series B funding round led by Stripes, a leading New York-based growth equity firm. Following an $11 million seed round in March
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New CloudNine Product Makes Child’s Play of Data Collection in Office 365
Author Bob Ambrogi/LawSites: A product coming out today from the e-discovery company CloudNine makes it easy to collect email and attachments from Office 365 email custodians and Microsoft OneDrive cloud storage files. Called Collection Manager, the product is designed to
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Axiom Managed Solutions Relaunches as Factor
Author /Legal Technology News – Legal IT Professionals | Everything legal technology: Building on its position as the leading provider of solutions for complex legal work at scale within the New Law sector, Axiom Managed Solutions (AMS) today announced the
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Ten Things Legal Aid Administrators Need to Know about A2JTech
Author Roger Smith/Law, Technology and Access to Justice: Those involved in administering legal aid cannot help but notice that a legal tech revolution is spreading like an Australian bushfire through the legal profession. They must wonder whether they should get
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California Purchasing Plan to Flex Purchasing Power: Despite Trump Administration Effort, could California’s plan help other states remain on track
Author Web Editor/ NC Journal of Law & Technology The Clean Air Act (“CAA”) of 1963 allows for any State which had adopted emission standards for new motor vehicles, prior to the enactment of the CAA, to seek a waiver
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