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So why did Gilbert + Tobin sell off its internally-built software solution? Answer: money.
Where vendor Casetext makes an entire article about one attorney on Twitter calling its product, "straight up witchcraft."
Apparently people don't want a ton of garbage results from their legal AI analytics, who could figure?
Are you ready for some health and safety measures for remote workers? Not included in the article: make sure to wear pants at your home office desk.
Intensely informative IAALS panel discussion on regulatory frameworks around the world.
You're not going to believe this, but law firms expect less office space but greater tech costs in 2021. Good read with some interesting details though.
FTC gets Zoom to admit it hadn't implemented end-to-end encryption when it originally said it had. Now Zoom has to -- gasp -- complete biannual security audits on itself, among other things.
Mobile threat landscape in our COVID-19 world -- commentary and data around the 2020 Mobile Phishing Spotlight Report.
IBM's data breach cost report 2020 is out. Among the highlights: $3.86M per breach, compromised employee accounts the biggest cause, and some tools cut data breach costs in half.