To Have Digital Privacy, You May Have to EARN IT

Posted by: Mike Naughton in Criminal Defense , ESI , IT , legal 1 year, 7 months ago

The Center for Internet and Society at Stanford Law School posted an article (here) about how the Department of Justice plans to use "techlash" (stemming from privacy scandals with social media) to ban encryption on personal devices. The EARN IT Act bill, here, seeks to make "interactive computer services" providers "earn" immunity for claims regarding child sex abuse material (CSAM) online.

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First Amendment and Google Search in Criminal Sentencing

Posted by: Mike Naughton in Criminal Defense , legal , Michael Naughton 1 year, 8 months ago

Can Search History Be Used Against You at Sentencing?

Modern “smart” electronic devices store some of the most sensitive information of a person’s life. The Supreme Court has recognized that data stored on smart phones can “reveal much more in combination than any isolated record,” allowing those with access to it to reconstruct “[t]he sum of an individual’s private life.” Riley v. California, 134 S. Ct. 2473 (2014).

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iPadOS Beta - Shortcuts Shine in this Beta

Posted by: Mike Naughton 2 years, 3 months ago

I’m testing iPadOS on my iPad Pro 2016 with a bluetooth logitech mouse. The best thing about the mouse isn’t the cursor, but Shortcuts. Being able to assign shortcuts to right click is a game changer and makes Shortcuts incredibly useful. I recorded a video on iPadOS, converted the video to a gif and posted via Safari. iPadOS an impressive beta os and will be a big upgrade. #ipados #ios13 #ipad #ipadosbeta #ipadmouse #technology #apple #ipad #technology

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Law and Tech Panel in Detroit, April 5, 2019

Posted by: Mike Naughton 2 years, 7 months ago

I'm excited to announce that on April 5, 2019, I'll be teaming up with Brendan Bouffard and Matthew Fleszar at Total Solutions to talk law and tech at the Microsoft Tech Center in downtown Detroit. Big thanks to our sponsors State Bar of Michigan Law Practice Management Section, Young Basile Hanlon & MacFarlane, P.C. and Microsoft.


The Impact of New Data Protection Laws on Local Businesses

Posted by: Mike Naughton 3 years ago

Businesses in our community provide goods and services to consumers around the world. Our region exports light manufacturing, custom tents and structures, large format banners, satellite communications as a service, ecommerce fulfillment services, personal brand engagement services and food products, just to name a few. In the course of business, companies acquire and store personal customer data and recently enacted laws in the U.S. and the European Union will have an impact on the storage and use of these data. These new laws have a global reach and the penalties for violations are designed to be severe.



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