Stop Giving Away Your Identity – It Could Cost You Your Freedom

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By: Dylan Scilabro
Articles Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

            There is no denying the age of technology.  It is here and in full force.  People worldwide are adopting and using various forms of social media platforms for commerce, entertainment, and communication.   Continue reading “Stop Giving Away Your Identity – It Could Cost You Your Freedom”

Data Security: Protect Client Information Before a Cybersecurity Breach Happens

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By: Sara Jessica Farmer
Senior Associate Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

Cybersecurity breaches are a rising concern among law firms globally.  Lawyers are protectors of sensitive information for their clients.  Hackers want access to this sensitive information to sell to the market.[1]  Continue reading “Data Security: Protect Client Information Before a Cybersecurity Breach Happens”

Facial Recognition Software: Is the Technology an Improvement to Society or Just Another Way to Keep Track of You?

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By: Jessica Farmer
Senior Associate Editor, American Journal of Trial Advocacy

The new trend in technology is facial recognition software.[1] Taylor Swift used the software at her concert to look out for stalkers.[2] Continue reading “Facial Recognition Software: Is the Technology an Improvement to Society or Just Another Way to Keep Track of You?”