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Privacy Tip #131 – Bryant University Women’s Summit Follow-Up

I was so honored to be a presenter at the Bryant Women’s Summit last week. It is always an incredible event and I enjoy attending every year. ...more

Facebook Private Pages are not Always Private

by Harris Beach PLLC on

A Facebook user’s privacy settings cannot determine the discoverability of relevant evidence, held New York’s high court, the Court of Appeals. In a unanimous decision, Forman v. Henkin, — NY3d —, 2018 N.Y. Slip Op. 01015,...more

Data Privacy + Cybersecurity Insider - February 2018 #2

by Robinson & Cole LLP on

Cisco is warning customers using its Adaptive Security Appliance (ASA) software about a virtual private network (VPN) bug that could "allow an unauthenticated, remote attacker to cause a reload of the affected system or to...more

Cybersecurity Awareness: Limiting Your Exposure and Visibility

We spend so much time on our mobile phones and on social media, yet often we don’t think of how these tools are broadcasting our lives as we work and play. With just a few steps, you can limit what you are digitally telling...more

Privacy Perils: Know Your LinkedIn Settings

by Bass, Berry & Sims PLC on

Who has viewed your LinkedIn profile lately? We are all at least a little curious to learn the answer and review such reports provided periodically by LinkedIn. However, unless you adjust your privacy settings accordingly,...more

Data Privacy Day? Yep, it’s a Thing.

by Snell & Wilmer on

For a number of years now, January 28 has been marked as “Data Privacy Day” (or, for our European friends, “Data Protection Day”), and it is often overlooked observed in the United States, Canada, India and many European...more

Privacy Tip #59 – Check your Privacy Settings on Your LinkedIn Account

I am watching Game 7 of the World Series, and it is the bottom of the 8th and the score is 6-6. It is very difficult to concentrate on this blog post. So I am taking the easy way out and reminding you to check the...more

Do you have privacy rights on social media?

by Thompson Coburn LLP on

True or False: Your privacy rights are diminished in social media. Most people would probably say this is true, and there are certainly court decisions asserting that people give up privacy interests once they post otherwise...more

Facebook’s “Copyright” Post - The Sound and the Fury

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Users of Facebook no doubt have seen at least some of their friends post the “copyright” update. In brief, the post states “I hereby declare that my copyright is attached to all of my personal details,” including photos,...more

Weekly Privacy Tip #3 – Know how apps are accessing and using your constant location

Everyone loves their smartphone. Everyone loves the newest app. Angry Birds has lots of company now. But most people don’t know the back end of apps and how they are accessing, using and selling your data. Why? Because no one...more

Traditional Discovery Rules Still Apply in Disputes Involving Social Media

A party’s right to privacy has always been an important and sometimes limiting factor in the resolution of discovery disputes. Social media platforms, which allow users to select the extent with whom they share their network,...more

Hold that Friend Request: Legal Traps in a Post-Facebook Work Environment

by Burr & Forman on

Many well-meaning managers engage with employees on social media websites, and doing so provides a host of benefits: stronger relationships between employees and management; a sense of collegiality; instant updates on...more

Maine Enacts Law Restricting Employer Access to an Employee's or Job Applicant's Social Media Accounts

by Littler on

Maine has now enacted legislation that restricts an employer’s ability to demand information regarding an employee’s or job applicant’s social media account. The passage of H.P. 640 - L.D. 921, An Act to Strengthen the...more

Be aware of Windows 10 free upgrade opt outs

Since July 15, Windows 7 and Windows 8 users have been offered a free upgrade to Windows 10. Windows 10 includes Wi-Fi Sense, which features a default prompt that asks users to share access to WiFi networks that they have...more

Abogados podrían asesorar a clientes en respecto a medios sociales

by Bilzin Sumberg on

La mayoría de los abogados podrían recordar fácilmente una situación de litigio en la que publicaciones, fotos o videos de un cliente en medios sociales generaron más que cierta consternación tanto para su cliente como para...more

Is Creepy Compensable?

by LeClairRyan on

A watchful eye can be a good thing. We all want to keep an eye on what’s important. In an increasingly fast-paced world, however, it gets harder. The Internet and advances in mobile technology put so much information at our...more

Lawyers May Advise on Clients’ Social Media Clean-Up

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Most lawyers can easily recall a litigation scenario where a client’s past social media post, photo, or video caused more than a little consternation in both client and lawyer. A new opinion from The Florida Bar now allows...more

Status Updates - May 2015

Social discovery. Are the photos and status updates that you post to your social media accounts discoverable regardless of the privacy settings you choose? If they contain information that is especially relevant to the case,...more

Legal Ethics and Social Media: What Pre-Litigation Advice May an Attorney Provide to His or Her Client?

When meeting with your client about a matter that will likely result in litigation, what advice can you give your client about privacy settings and removal of information from social media in the pre-litigation setting? The...more

Facebook Photos Are Fair Game in Injury Cases

by Snell & Wilmer on

Today it’s reported that 58% of American adults use Facebook, 17.5% use Instagram, and 50% use tumblr. Social media websites sometimes offer users the option of disclosing postings, including photographs, to different sets of...more

Florida Appellate Court Holds There is No Right to Privacy For Information Posted On Social Media Websites Even When Privacy...

by Snell & Wilmer on

On January 7, 2015, in Nucci v. Target Corp, et al, the District Court of Appeal of the State of Florida, Fourth District upheld a lower court’s order compelling Plaintiff Maria Nucci to produce photographs originally posted...more

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