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A New York state court system commission released a report Tuesday warning that court officials should not rely on personal devices for business because they are “hackable” and could compromise court system information. 

The report comes from one of the working groups of the Commission to Reimagine the Future of New York’s Courts, which Chief Judge Janet DiFiore appointed last year to propose reforms and look at structural and regulatory changes as the coronavirus pandemic pushed the legal community toward virtual operations.

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Ryan Tarinelli

Ryan Tarinelli is a reporter at the New York Law Journal. He is based at the New York State Capitol in Albany, New York. He can be reached through email at [email protected] Follow him on Twitter: @ryantarinelli.

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