The digital age is one in which economies and societies have become increasingly receptive and malleable to the newest technological advancements. But not all parts of society can adapt so well.

Established laws governing everything from corporate espionage to search warrants, after all, were not written in the age of the internet, let alone in the age of social media or cloud storage. In the face of a rapidly changing world, such laws may become anachronistic burdens to those organizations they’re enacted to regulate. Further, calls to update them are growing by the year.

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