Here are some links to recent news and commentary:
- Kids’ Access to Mom’s Email Account Waives Attorney-Client Privilege http://bit.ly/ifiBJj
- RT@idealawg The role of the chief compliance officer is currently a hot, if confused topic. What does she do? http://bit.ly/hjIj10
- Ethics and Stupidity http://bit.ly/f3Uxeq
- Preparing IT Departments for the Influx of Mobile Devices: http://bit.ly/e8xYuA via @addthis
- “@VBalasubramani: epic response to a lawyer letter from Cleveland Browns general counsel http://bit.ly/f1FSOu (@siouxsielaw …”’
- “@MortonsMusings: Violent acts not protected as expression and indirect limits on expression proper… http://bit.ly/g1CsgH”
- RT @DanielSolove Stunning data leak — Colorado database of 200,000 drug informants: http://tinyurl.com/24y2wvj
- RT @slaw_dot_ca Government access to stored communications – Warshak and Gomboc compared — Slaw http://bit.ly/eLNy86
- WikiLeaks and Receiving Stolen Property http://bit.ly/eL11a2
- RT @LawandLit Evolution of #Privacy Breach Litigation? – Concurring Opinions http://bit.ly/gOxJ0O
- Arbitrator: “[Terminated employee] not the first to do something stupid when using Facebook or Twitter” http://bit.ly/dNsRLL
I’ve made two information-related resolutions for 2011. One is to send fewer e-mails in favour of picking up the phone. The other is to make every e-mail a high quality e-mail. Regarding my personal habits, Seanna has convinced me to join her in going through Dr. Alejandro Junger’s detoxification program. I don’t really know what’s involved and am putting myself in her (and the doctor’s) hands, but feel I’m good and ready to clean out eight years of food court lunches along with all my other poisons. Better e-mailing and better eating might make for a pretty good year!
Until next year, I wish you all the best!