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What Does the Internet Know About You?

You might be surprised to find out just how much of your data is bought and sold on the Internet.  We do so much online, but rarely think about how much of that information companies store, save, reuse, and sell.

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Legalweek New York 2020: The Time Has Come for Lawyers to React Proactively to Data and Technology

Lawyers must not only stay up-to-date on the latest legal technology trends, but also be proactive about implementing emerging solutions into their practice and ensuring smooth onboarding and adoption.

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The Tech Factor: Special eDiscovery Considerations for the Tech Sector

Many questions arise during the discovery process: What type of data do parties need to preserve? How should they obtain, review, and disclose it?

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When the Cookie Crumbles: Four Reasons Why Cookie Consent Does Not Work

It is impossible to browse the Internet without bumping into a popup window requesting consent to enable cookies on the page. Cookies are text files saved to devices that contain information about a person’s Internet activity and preferences. Since website cookies track what a user does on the site, the data about the user’s behavior will be present and deployed when the person visits the site again.

Filed under: data privacy, gdpr

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