Wrong Turn at Albuquerque?
Privacy has become less valued by society than in previous eras. Whether it’s security, convenience or the seemingly inevitable march of technology, we talk of “managing” privacy; of the balancing of business needs with individual interests; of data being the new currency; of generational change in attitudes; all ultimately leading one down the road 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.