The Implications of the NSA for Lawyers

John Simek and Sharon Nelson have a very good discussion on the implications of the NSA for lawyers. This podcast follows my post and discussion here on the NSA’s intrusion into our lives.

NSA Spying

I’m not sure I agree with all of their suggestions in their podcast, but I’m not too far removed from the efforts. Ultimately, even though we’re not talking about the NSA, we still need to be aware of its problems.

2 Responses to The Implications of the NSA for Lawyers

  1. In all important emails and social (private) communicatons, I always indicate at the top that the communication is protected by the attorney/client privilege and/or work product. Just a good thing to do in case communication falls in to wrong hands.

    • That’s an important element, but it still doesn’t solve the overarching issue and fact that the messages are still readable. The best practice is to use encryption, but even that’s not all too feasible.

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