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3 Jul 2013, 11:02 am by andrewbartholomew
By: Andrew Bartholomew Lawyers aren’t exactly known for being on the cutting edge when it comes to adopting the latest and greatest technologies. But according to a new survey, corporate law departments have largely embraced the mobile device phenomenon and are showing serious signs of modernization. Legal technology writer Alan Cohen recently summarized Corporate Counsel’s...[Read More] [read post]
25 Apr 2011, 9:55 am
If a police officer stops you in the course of investigating some matter, can she peruse the contents of your mobile device as she might demand your identification or the contents of the glove compartment of your vehicle? Does a routine traffic stop allow access to your phone's photos, videos, text messages, and contacts? The gear to grab this data is widely available. Cell phone extraction hardware made by CelleBrite, for instance, can grab a phone's contacts database, its… [read post]