Forgetting Mobile Data Is ‘Malpractice’ but Remembering It’s No Fun
Legalweek's “Mobile Data: Issues in Data Privacy and Data Protection” explored the ubiquity of mobile data and the problems it poses to attorneys.
Remember when phones used to be for making calls? Now there’s all kinds of data to be found on a mobile device, and the challenges of finding or obtaining that data was explored in great depth throughout the duration of the “Mobile Data: Issues in Data Privacy and Data Protection” panel at Legalweek 2020 in New York.
And to hear Ed McAndrew—a panelist and partner at DLA Piper—tell it, this is not an issue that attorneys can ignore.
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