Hey, all. Ian Lopez here this week with the latest and greatest (or important) news at law’s crossroads with technology. First up, we dive into the legal ramifications of Google’s decision to keep its mouth shut in the face of its breach of social media giant Google+. Also in store: the state law that might keep the IoT in check (or not), and Fitbit’s latest feature on the investigators’ stage (hint: murder is involved).

But I’ll stop for now and let you chime in. Do so at [email protected] or on Twitter at @IanMichaelLopez.

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