New Jersey to consider allowing police to search cell phones to combat distracted driving
Instapundit: America's IP Laws Need to be "Pruned Back"
In a world where mobile devices outnumber both personal computers and humans, it’s not surprising that we use our mobile devices for both business and pleasure. In a published opinion sure to wreak havoc with workplace bring...more
BYOD Yesterday And Today -
The proliferation of bring your own device programs – or “BYOD” as it is commonly referred – has drastically changed today’s corporate workplace environment. Employees are availing themselves...more
Employers and their IT departments are always looking for ways to protect their data in this age of constantly changing technology. One new form of protection that may become available to employers is a "kill switch" on...more
Consumers will soon have access to a smartphone that automatically encrypts calls and texts, and provides anonymous web browsing, according to reports about the "Blackphone."...more
Despite the government shutdown, the Supreme Court is in for the 2013-2014 session. There are a couple of privacy cases on the agenda.
U.S. v. Wurie and Riley v. California -
At issue: Separate appeals over...more
Many of us store our most intimate information on our mobile phones....more
The National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has issued guidelines to help federal agencies manage and secure mobile devices used by their employees for government business....more
Aiming to “address the real privacy and security risks that consumers face when telecommunications carriers use their control of customers’ mobile devices to collect information about their customers’ use of the network,” the...more
In the world of electronic data, the information we send and receive is not limited to solely computer generated files, but also includes information stored on mobile devices. As this technology advances, so does the...more
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