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Digital evidence: New authentication standards coming

As it is now written, Federal Rule of Evidence 902 pertains to self-authenticating records such as newspapers and public records that require no external evidence to be made admissible at trial. Soon, the rule will encompass digital records generated by electronic processes in addition to records preserved directly from electronic devices or files, such as […]

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Your Personal Data – Or Is It? Doxxing and online information resellers pose threats to the legal community

Given the sensitive nature of the courtroom and of the emotions that may arise there, attorneys, judges, and others in the legal community are at particular risk of becoming victims of doxxing-related crime. Doxxing is a term used to describe the buying, selling, gathering, posting, or distributing of private information online. Importantly, doxxing is typically […]

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What You Don’t Know Can Hurt You: Computer Security for Lawyers

The burgeoning growth of electronic communications has offered lawyers convenience and efficiency previously unimagined. But the benefits have not come without costs, including heightened risks that data may be lost or confidentiality breached.  Knowing these risks and how to meet them is increasingly critical. Over the past ten years, the landscape of consumer technologies has changed […]

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