I presume that most courts will fall in the "no protection" category for most cases, and that "we know you owned the device, now enter the code," will become the norm for law enforcement interrogations.
The MPAA hired Jenner & Block LLP to work with Mississippi's Attorney General and bring down "Goliath." Regardless of the battle sides, a subpoena and response letter from the AG shows why metadata matters.
Are you using wearable data, such as FitBit, to gather information about your client and his location? You might want to change your litigation strategy.
The website iFixit revealed the innards of the Moto 360, and battery power is less than Motorola and Google claim. Does this violate consumer protection?
Can a simple change to the way Google displays some search results really help others find access to justice? At least one person believes that Search could enhance performance.
The 11th Circuit ruled that law enforcement needs a warrant to obtain a user's cell phone location information.
Here’s an interesting story of a developer who learned a hard lesson about misusing consumer information. The story revolves around an Idaho-based company, Goldenshores Technologies, LLC, a developer named Erik Geidl, and the Brightest Flashlight Free app. The facts are simple: Goldenshores develops the Brightest Flashlight app for Android users. The app Read more…