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The Federal Government Seeks To Get Hip To Artificial Intelligence
Are the robots going to take over the world?! There is no question that artificial intelligence is finding its way into our everyday lives.
United States
30 May 2019
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Emailgate — Here We Go Again!
Long before votes were cast for the 2016 Presidential election, this blogger discussed how Hillary Clinton's government-related emails ...
United States
13 Dec 2018
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U.S. Seeks To Thwart Foreign Cyber Adversaries
Concerns about foreign hackers have been heightened since the 2016 presidential election, given that various U.S. intelligence agencies reported foreign Internet efforts to influence that election.
United States
26 Sep 2018
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The State Department Email Saga
We now know that the FBI does not recommend that Hillary Clinton be prosecuted for using private email servers with respect to government communications while she was the Secretary of State.
United States
14 Jul 2016
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What's Next For The Supremes?
Within moments of the untimely passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia, the political posturing began in terms of what should happen next with respect to the open seat on the high court.
United States
2 Mar 2016
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States v. Nations: An International Challenge
The fact that states and nations do not line up neatly on the geographical global map continues to create international problems.
United States
1 Oct 2014
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Government Open Access Laws: Letīs (Not) Be Blunt
Federal and state open access laws allow the public to monitor the activities of government. Indeed, the federal Freedom of Information Act and its state counterpart "Sunshine Laws" are at the bedrock of our democracy.
United States
15 Dec 2008
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Antitrust Claims By StreamCast Against Skype Dismissed By Federal Court
A federal judge in Los Angeles has just dismissed the antitrust claims of StreamCast Networks, a peer-to-peer software vendor, against Skype Technologies, a successful Internet company, and other defendants. While these federal claims have been deemed to lack merit, StreamCast has leave to file other claims in state court.
United States
2 Feb 2007
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Perspective: Why ISPs Can Breathe Easier After A Porno Decision
Internet service providers naturally are concerned about circumstances under which they potentially could be held liable for content posted by users. But after a recent decision by a Texas federal judge, ISPs can breathe a collective sigh of relief.
United States
25 Jan 2007
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The Rise Of Electronic Evidence
If you want to succeed in litigation these days, it is imperative that relevant electronic data be preserved. The destruction of such data can lead to serious adverse evidentiary inferences, as illuminated by a very recent case.
United States
9 Nov 2006
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Perspective: Clock Is Ticking On e-Discovery
Dec. 1 is almost here, a significant date in the legal world when amendments to the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure will take effect. These rules govern electronic discovery and, in theory, are supposed to reduce litigation costs.
United States
30 Oct 2006
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Perspective: Uncle Samīs Coming Crackdown On ID Theft
Is the federal government getting the job done when it comes to identity theft?
United States
28 Sep 2006
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Perspective: Has The FBI Ever Heard Of Google?
When it comes to the federal government's rationale for not producing information to answer inquiries citing the Freedom of Information Act, the recent case of Davis v. Department of Justice falls under the "you gotta be kidding" category.
United States
19 Sep 2006
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For e-discovery, the times, they are a-changinī
Fasten your seatbelts, legal mavens. In less than six months, electronic discovery as we know it will undergo very important changes.
United States
10 Aug 2006
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Perspective: Company Laptops, Privacy and You
Yes, it is true, the great weight of law holds that employees generally should not have privacy expectations when it comes to their work-related electronic communications, especially when they have signed computer policies that explicitly state this to be the case.
United States
3 Aug 2006
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Perspective: Uncle Samīs Half Step to Protect Laptop Data
We are understandably tired of hearing about the potential compromise of personal information contained on lost government laptop computers. Indeed, in the past couple of months alone, the epartment of Veterans Affairs, the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Trade Commission have grappled with laptops that have gone missing that contained large amounts of private data.
United States
27 Jul 2006
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Work Health and Safety and Mining Environment
We are understandably tired of hearing about the potential compromise of personal information contained on lost government laptop computers. Indeed, in the past couple of months alone, the Department of Veterans Affairs, the Internal Revenue Service and the Federal Trade Commission have grappled with laptops that have gone missing that contained large amounts of private data.
United States
21 Jul 2006
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Perspective: Let Global Online Freedom Ring?
At this time of year in the United States, we celebrate freedom and independence with parades and fireworks. The Internet is not bounded by national borders, but there certainly are differing levels of online freedom for Netizens around the world.
United States
6 Jul 2006
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Perspective: Word to the Wise if you Quit in a Huff
One of employers' biggest fears is that departing and disloyal employees will take advantage of access to company computer systems after announcing their resignations.
United States
13 Apr 2006
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Perspective: How Do You Really Feel About e-snooping?
In this era when the federal government says it must take steps to combat and prevent terrorism, the knee-jerk assumption might be to believe that the American public supports governmental surveillance steps.
United States
22 Mar 2006
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