Electronic Evidence Meets Right to Privacy in Texas Divorce Cases

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There is a false sense of security that takes place when we log on to the internet, our smart phones, or some other form of electronic communication. Many of us seem to think that our true selves are separated from these pieces of technology and that our words and actions are anonymous and floating somewhere through the netherworld of cell phone towers and Wi-Fi hotspots. The undeniable truth is that we are capable of being tracked better now than ever before.

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Published In: Family Law Updates, Privacy Updates

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