Privacy Weather: Cloudy with Complications
While in San Francisco for the ABA annual meeting earlier this month, I had lunch with John Tomaszewski, the General Counsel of TRUSTe. At the end of a very good conversation on privacy, security and identity, I couldn’t help but think that Cloud computing, as it actually is supposed to work, raises a lot of [...]
Lawyers, Ethics, Security & The Cloud
The regulatory bodies governing lawyers have long recognized the benefits and the risks of information technology in modern legal practices. However, with “Cloud computing” seemingly (and finally) “catching on”, one can’t help but wonder when the ethical guidance provided lawyers will be amended to address its possible use by the legal community in Canada.