Welcome to another week of What’s Next, your briefing on the intersection of technology and law. I’m Ben Hancock and this week I’m asking, when is decryption of data a “foregone conclusion,” and should your law firm be getting a piece of that cryptocurrency action? Also, mind what you store on the blockchain.

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