Posts tagged with: Privacy

Jeffrey Hartman Partner, 4Discovery @Jeff4Discovery Survey of inside counsel at Fortune 1,000 companies highlights growing BYOD fears The Scenario You are the general counsel of an investment firm and have recently learned that your company has been accused of trade...
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Mobile Device Forensics Uncovers 513 Deleted Messages Related to Gulf Spill “I would have presented those to the Grand Jury”        -FBI Special Agent Kelly Bryson on the deleted text messages       The Background The grainy...
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Court Orders Mobile Device Computer Forensics and Social Media ESI Production    The Background When members of a class brought suit against Original HoneyBaked Ham Co. (“HBH”)  for Sexual Harassment and Retaliation,  HBH attorneys had already determined that Electronically Stored...
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Your E-Reader may be called as an “electronic witness” [1] The Background The defendant was accused of murdering his wife.  He claimed it was self-defense, that his wife tried to shoot him during a heated argument and he shot her as...
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IBM lets employees use iPhones on-site, but bans the use of Siri, Apple’s new voice recognition and processing software, over privacy and data collection fears. http://www.wired.com/wiredenterprise/2012/05/ibm-bans-siri/ The Background Apple’s newest iPhone model comes packaged with groundbreaking voice recognition technology called...
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BP engineer criminally charged after allegedly deleting damaging text messages detailing oil spillage in the Gulf from his iPhone. The Background The Fourth Amendment prohibits unreasonable searches and seizures, and searches without a warrant are generally per se unreasonable, barring...
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A Historical Application of the Fourth Amendment in our Information Age The Background The personal use of company – issued hand-held digital devices like BlackBerries and smart phones is wide-spread. Companies and government agencies understand, for the most part, that...
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What do half of us do everyday? Log into Facebook. We are more likely to use social media (e.g., Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, or Wikipedia) to socialize than have a cup of coffee with a loved one. When people use social...
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