08 Aug 2016

How to protect your financial apps from getting hacked

There’s been no shortage of high-profile hacks over the last few years — think Target, Sony and Ashley Madison — but one sector that hasn’t made as much news for breaches is financial. According to the Identify Theft Resource Center, out of the 781 data breaches tracked in the United States in 2015, just 71 […]

05 Jul 2016

Could Social Media Impact Your Personal Injury Claim?

The use of social media is becoming more and more common. In fact, as of January 2014, 74 percent of adults who used the internet also used social media sites, a Pew Research Center report found. (Since that time, it is estimated that that number has grown.) As social media provides a forum for individuals […]

20 Apr 2016

New Supreme Court attorneys use smartphone tech for admission to the bar

It’s been a weird week for cellphones. First, AMC Theaters hinted that they’d allow texting during movies in an effort to attract more millennials, only to walk it wayyy back when Twitter exploded at them. But it was a whole different story at the Supreme Court today, where cellphones, usually prohibited, were welcomed with trumpets […]

23 Jun 2015

Maryland law grants students social media privacy rights

Maryland law grants students social media privacy rights. Beginning this week, Maryland — the same state that passed the country’s first social media privacy protection bill for employees nearly three years ago — will extend similar rights to prospective and current students attending college in the state. Maryland Senate Bill 210, which went into effect Monday, June […]

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