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Non Sequiturs: 03.24.19

* In the wake of Justice Anthony M. Kennedy's retirement, I predicted that Chief Justice John Roberts, a staunch institutionalist when it comes to the Supreme Court, would serve as a moderating influence at SCOTUS -- and so far that seems to be the case, with Adam Feldman noting a "a mild liberalizing over time" in JGR's jurisprudence. [Empirical SCOTUS] * Speaking of SCOTUS, it's high time for the Court to resolve the messy circuit split on email privacy under the Stored Communications Act, ac...
Tags: Non-Sequiturs, Academic Freedom, Adam Feldman, American Bar Association / ABA, Brian Frye, Brian L. Frye, Christopher J. Ryan Jr, Demand Justice, Education / Schools, Email, Emails, Fastcase, Free Speech, John Roberts, Judicial Nominations, Judicial Nominees

Revenge Of The Nerds

Tomorrow’s leaders need to bring analytic skills to the table.
Tags: Biglaw, Data Analytics, James Goodnow, Lawyer Marketing, Technology

Dirty lies: how the car industry hid the truth about diesel emissions

The ‘Dieselgate’ scandal was suppressed for years – while we should have been driving electric cars. By Beth GardinerJohn German had not been looking to make a splash when he commissioned an examination of pollution from diesel cars back in 2013. The exam compared what came out of their exhausts, during the lab tests that were required by law, with emissions on the road under real driving conditions. German and his colleagues at the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) in the US ...
Tags: Travel and transport, Air pollution, Health, Pollution, Automotive industry, Volkswagen (VW, Society, Business, Electric, Hybrid And Low-emission Cars, Tesla, Elon Musk, Motoring, Technology, Greenhouse gas emissions, Environment

‘Case Status,’ App that Automates Client Communications, Receives Venture Funding

Case Status allows lawyers to provide clients with real-time visibility into the status of their matter from their mobile devices.
Tags: Technology, Law

You Should Consider Where You Store Your Content

My COO, Garry Vander Voort’s post yesterday about MySpace’s deleting their user’s archived content should serve as a wake up a call to legal professionals publishing articles and blog posts to third party controlled systems. MySpace announced this week, that in addition to other content, over 50 million music tracks were lost.  Per MySpace: ”As a result of a server migration project, any photos, videos, and audio files you uploaded more than three years ago may no longer be available ...
Tags: Technology

Artificial Intelligence And IP (Part I)

As AI improves to the point where it can create art works or write newspaper articles, a number of intellectual property questions arise.
Tags: Technology, Law, Copyright, Artificial Intelligence, Intellectual Property, Krista L. Cox

Choosing Technology For Your Small Law Firm: A How-To Guide

Learning about technology often seems like an insurmountable task, but help is here for you.
Tags: Technology, Law, Nicole Black, Small Law Firms

Does European data privacy regulation help entrench U.S. tech firms?

Roslyn Layton, AEI, in November: The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), along with similarly heavy-handed regimes such as California’s Consumer Privacy Act, entrenches established platforms that have the resources to meet their onerous compliance requirements. Since the GDPR’s implementation in May, the rank and market share of small- and medium-sized ad tech companies has declined by 18 to 32 percent in the EU, while these measures have increased for Google, Facebook, and Amazon. ...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Facebook, Europe, Technology, Privacy, Law, California, Uncategorized, Eu, Gdpr, Google Facebook, Alex Stamos, James Pethokoukis, General Data Protection Regulation GDPR, Antonio Garcia Martinez

18 Hot Tech Jobs For Law School Graduates

Tech-related jobs abound in this brave new legal landscape.
Tags: Technology, Law, Law Schools, Job Searches, Law Students, Hot Tech Jobs For Law School Graduates

The Road to Automated & Connected Cars Is Not a Straight One

It seems that everyone is doing studies or adopting positions on automated/connected cars these days. That is understandable given the potential ramifications on subjects including safety, ability to function in adverse weather, infrastructure, traffic, public transit, cybersecurity, data volumes, privacy, liability, insurance, ethics, and jobs. Level 5 (fully autonomous) self driving cars may not arrive for many years. Depending on who you ask, they are somewhere between a couple of years and a...
Tags: Technology, Law, Senate, Miscellaneous, Canada, Transport Canada, Safety Framework for Automated, Canadian Transport Ministers

And You Thought Your New iPhone Was Expensive? These Guys Paid Over $10,000

This is a lesson learned for corporate legal, law firm, and eDiscovery professionals everywhere.
Tags: Technology, Law, Ediscovery, Legal Operations, Mike Quartararo

LexisNexis Is Out To Change The World For The Better

The non-profit Rule of Law Foundation leverages what LexisNexis does best to help the world.
Tags: Technology, Law, LexisNexis, LexisNexis Rule of Law Foundation

On NetDocuments Roadmap: Embedding Governance Policies within Documents

The Achilles’ Heel for law firm and corporate data-governance policies is the end user. No matter the policies and procedures an enterprise adopts to protect its data, it takes just one careless employee to cause a breach. Recognizing this, the cloud-based email and document management company NetDocuments is developing an approach to protecting documents that […]
Tags: Technology, Law, NetDocuments

Theranos and the cult of personality in science and tech

Elizabeth Holmes was a chemical engineering student who dropped out of Stanford to found Theranos: a silicon-valley start-up company that, at one point, was valued at US$9 billion. Her plan was to be another Steve Jobs and, for a while, it looked like that would happen. She made the cover of magazines like Forbes, Fortune, and even Glamour, wearing black polo-neck shirts and was touted as being the next big thing. Former President Clinton was a fan. Former Secretary-of-State George Schultz was a...
Tags: Apple, Books, Technology, Featured, Law, Steve Jobs, Stanford, Defense, US, Fraud, Engineering, Silicon Valley, Wall Street Journal, Biotechnology, Theranos, Clinton

The fork in the road for social media and our society

The horror from Christchurch, New Zealand, that exploded across newspaper pages and television, computer and smartphone screens this weekend captured imaginations in ways that no one could possibly have imagined beforehand. The fact that one individual armed with a semi-automatic rifle could visit such an outrage upon people worshipping in a place of religion isn’t the worst of it, awful and distressing though this event is with at least 50 people shot dead and scores wounded, some in cr...
Tags: Facebook, Politics, UK, Technology, Social Networks, America, Social Media, Communication, Society, Blogging, Web, New Zealand, Reddit, Christchurch, Facebook Live, Online Media

Social media addiction should be seen as a disease, MPs say

Report suggests sites such as Facebook and Instagram could be harming mental healthSocial media addiction should be considered a disease, MPs have said, in a sign of the pressures facing technology companies and the growing concern over the impact social networks are having on users’ mental health.The politicians called for further research on the effects of social media but said a report suggested there was good reason to believe sites such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter – which are constan...
Tags: Health, Facebook, Twitter, Politics, Technology, Media, Instagram, Social Networking, Internet, Social Media, Society, UK News, Mental Health, Digital Media, Young People, Facebook Instagram

Word From the Shop, an Upgrade to PHP 7.2 on the LexBlog Platform

I don’t get word out from the factory floor often enough. I’ll try to do better.  Our tech and development team worked weekends in February to upgrade LexBlog’s managed WordPress platform to PHP 7.2. PHP is a programming and scripting language to create dynamic interactive websites. WordPress is written using PHP as the scripting language. Like WordPress, PHP is also  Open Source and used by countless developers and managed platforms, worldwide.  Why should you and other digital publi...
Tags: Technology, Law, Wordpress, Php, Lexblog, Josh, Jared Scott Angelo

How To Evolve Into A Tech-Savvy Law Firm [Sponsored]

A can't miss webinar on April 2 at 1 p.m. ET. Learn how a tech-savvy business can increase its revenue.
Tags: Technology, Law, Pwc, Biglaw, Legal Technology, Clio, Webinars, Sponsored Content, Webcast, Small Law Firms

"Boeing executives sat down last November with pilots at the Allied Pilots Association’s low-slung brick headquarters in Fort Worth."

"Tensions were running high. One of Boeing’s new jets — hailed by the company as an even more reliable version of Boeing’s stalwart 737 — had crashed into the ocean off Indonesia shortly after takeoff, killing all 189 people on board the flight operated by Lion Air. After the crash, Boeing issued a bulletin disclosing that this line of planes, known as the 737 Max 8, was equipped with a new type of software as part of the plane’s automated functions. Some pilots were furious that they were not t...
Tags: Technology, Law, Indonesia, Airplanes, Boeing, Fort Worth, Lion Air, Allied Pilots Association, Ann Althouse, Dennis Tajer

Hypnospace Outlaw review: a surreal tribute to the 90s internet

PC; Tendershoot/No More Robots Journey back in time as an online detective policing a compelling parody of the nascent net, with dodgy graphics, tinny music and a host of weird websites to exploreThe very nature of the internet means that things are constantly vanishing from it, as websites, social networks and communities emerge, evolve and dissipate over the years. This constant change means that “the internet” of previous decades becomes something like a dream, existing only in the vague memo...
Tags: Games, Design, Technology, Law, Internet, Pc, Culture, Art and design, Intellectual Property, Puzzle games, Geocities

Spring statement policies focus on Brexit and hi-tech future

Chancellor promises a global Britain and announces funds for science and digital projectsThe chancellor outlined a package of measures at the spring statement designed to prepare Britain for life outside the EU, as well as for the hi-tech digital jobs of the future.Alongside the central update on the economy, other announcements made by Philip Hammond included: Continue reading...
Tags: Politics, Science, Technology, Eu, Communities, Society, UK News, Immigration and asylum, Britain, Digital Media, Philip Hammond, Brexit, Digital Britain, Spring statement 2019

This Is The Greatest eDiscovery Show

eDiscovery isn't a fad that's going away -- instead it's growing in importance and complexity, and this conference will help you get on top of what's happening now.
Tags: Technology, Law, Ediscovery, Conferences / Symposia, Kelly Twigger, University of Florida eDiscovery Conference

Some Thoughts On Vendor Selection For Legal Ops Pros

Consider some of these guidelines and not only will the vendor selection process will be a little easier, but your project outcomes will be more successful.
Tags: Technology, Law, Legal Operations, Vendor Selection, Mike Quartararo

Leverage Your Firm’s Website For Business Development [Sponsored]

Get your firm noticed and connect with potential clients.
Tags: Technology, Law, Website Design, Business Development, Sponsored Content, Law Firm Websites, Answering Service, PATLive, Tresta

Small Firms, Small Bars, And Tech Training

The front lines in tech literacy training.
Tags: Technology, Law, Bar Associations

No Bitcoin Fund in Ontario, Says OSC

Last month the Ontario Securities Commission refused to approve a prospectus for a fund that proposed to invest in bitcoin. The investment did not have enough liquidity, i.e. investors could not be certain enough that they could sell their investment when they wanted to. A summary is here. The OSC also had concerns about the valuation of bitcoin (surprise!) and its safekeeping. Given the number of thefts of cryptocurrency in recent years, and the Quadriga mess, the latter concern may be justifie...
Tags: Technology, Law, Miscellaneous, Ontario, OSC, Ulc_ecomm_list, Ontario Securities Commission

Near futures at scale

On March 9, a technology trends report was published that is breathtaking in in scope and scale. Comprising a PDF of more than 380 pages, the 2019 Tech Trends Report from the Future Today Institute covers hundreds of trends in areas ranging from artificial intelligence and advanced robotics, to home automation and the Internet of Things, to workplace and learning technologies, smart cities and much more. As the publisher describes it: This report is intentionally broad and robust. ...
Tags: Business, Technology, Workplace, China, Future, US, Trends, Eu, Society, Blogging, Innovation, Presentations, Amy Webb, Future Today Institute, Denys Nevozhai, GMAFIA

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