India court stays new technology rules for violating free speech

JURIST

The order was passed while hearing petitions challenging the rules for violating the parent legislation known as the Information Technology Act (“IT Act”) and the fundamental rights of equality, freedom of speech and freedom of profession guaranteed by the Constitution of India.

How Will Blockchain Technology Affect Law Firms?

LegalReader

The technology might yet still be new when compared to the Internet as a whole, but it has already proved it’s ready for wider usage. Business blockchain investing blockchain investment blockchain technology cryptocurrencies cryptoshiftBlockchain and cryptocurrencies are here to stay.

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Civil society groups urge UK to ban live facial recognition technology

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Thirty-one UK and European-based civil society organizations have issued a letter to the UK Parliament calling for a ban on the use of live facial recognition technology (LFRT) by police and private companies.

UN experts call for moratorium on the sale of surveillance technology

JURIST

A panel of human rights experts called on the UN member states to place a moratorium on the sale of surveillance technology until there is a regulatory framework that protects human rights.

A CHRO’s Perspective on Substance Use in the Workplace: Supportive Strategies to Help Your Workforce Thrive

Speaker: Smita Das, MD, PhD, MPH, Medical Director, Psychiatry and Naj Wright, MBA, C-Suite HR Executive

Through advances in technology and access to care, managers can be empowered to serve as the front line of defense to help identify employee AUD and SUD concerns before they escalate. Understanding AUD and SUD, and providing tools for your workforce to overcome the challenges that they pose, is key to fostering strong mental health at work. Join us for this important how-to discussion.

The Economics of Court Technology

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In June 2020 Los Angeles Superior Court announced the “LACourtConnect” program to facilitate web/video/audio appearance. It is among many efforts to enable remote court access. But there is more about this that is important that I will discuss below. Read more ».

Hani Zeini on Technology Benefits for Businesses

LegalReader

Business businesses digital technology mobile technology tech in business technology in businessEvery business should be aware of the different techniques accessible to them and how they may influence their marketing, costs, and sales.

Tech Talks: Technology Training

LawTechnologyToday

Join industry expert Mark Rosch as he explains the data from our Technology Training repor t and gives his insights. ABA TechReport combines data from the annual ABA Legal Technology Survey Report with expert analysis, observations, and predictions from leaders in the legal technology field.

Our Misunderstanding Of New Technologies

AboveTheLaw

We don't always guess right about technology. Technology Biglaw In-House Counsel Mark Herrmann

Benefits of Bringing Technology into the Legal Industry

LegalReader

As technology enables you to solve problems with a unique and different approach, you’ll realize that both the legal system and a lawyer’s role will be changed with automation. Business case management case management software legal tech legal technology tech in law technology in law

Process Serving Made Easy: Serve in All 50 States Using One Platform

Speaker: PROOF

PROOF has revolutionized service of process. Using our online platform, create serve requests nationwide and receive live updates with mapped verification of each attempt. PROOF’s technology provides users with complete transparency from start to finish.

This and That in Court Technology - February 2021

CourtTechBulletin

Winter 2021 There is a massive amount of court technology news this month.

Technology Innovator - Judge Emily Miskel Recognized

CourtTechBulletin

Announcements Technology for Judges Web conferencing It was announced that Texas District Court Judge Emily Miskel “who in May led the nation’s first-ever remote jury trial, is the recipient of the 2020 William H.

China Supreme Court issues regulations against misuse of facial recognition technology

JURIST

The Supreme People’s Court of China issued regulations Wednesday for use of facial recognition technology by private businesses. Under the new regulations, individuals have the right to reject the use of facial recognition technology for identity verification.

China market regulator orders technology conglomerate Tencent to relinquish music label rights

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China’s State Administration on Market Regulation on Saturday ordered the multinational technology conglomerate Tencent Holdings, Ltd. This action comes following Beijing’s recent crackdown on large, influential information technology (IT) companies around the country.

India high court issues notice to government in WhatsApp challenge against new technology rules

JURIST

The Delhi High Court issued a notice to the Indian central government on Friday, seeking a reply to WhatsApp’s challenge against the new Information Technology Rules which were created by the government in February 2021.

IJIS Virtual Summit: The New Age of Court Technology

CourtTechBulletin

Join the IJIS Courts Advisory Committee (ICAC) on November 17, 2020 for a no-cost technology summit focused on engaging practitioners and industry, through open and frank conversations that advance the fidelity of virtual court operations.

This and That in Court Technology, October 2020

CourtTechBulletin

Lots of news this time on court tech.

ABA Report: Lawyers And Technology Trends In 2021

AboveTheLaw

Technology Artificial Intelligence (AI) Nicole BlackSome of the most interesting statistics in this year's report relate to legal research, social media use, and the hardware and software choices of lawyers.

Managing Change and Preparing for New Technology

LawTechnologyToday

Improving your law firm in an increasingly competitive landscape often rests on technological upgrades for increasing capacity. But adopting and implementing new technology, along with the associated operational changes, is never easy work. Firms take on new technology.

Top 5 legal technology stories of 2020

LLRX

Black discusses the wide ranging effects on the legal technology space from the pandemic across all corners of the legal technology world. Nicole L.

This and That in Court Technology - July 2020

CourtTechBulletin

Assateague Island Wild Ponies We have news about a report on protection order repositories, a drive-up clerk’s office that protects uses and staff, comments on impediments in the application of court and legal technology, the HiiL Charging for Justice report, the NIEM 5.1

Survey Says: Technology Change Is Key For Increased Client Satisfaction

MyCase

This year’s survey provides a wealth of statistics about law firms, the effects of the pandemic, and legal technology purchasing decisions. Last month I focused on statistics relating to how lawyers planned to invest technology spend moving forward.

How Has Technology Helped the Legal Sector/Industry?

LegalReader

Business case management case management software ediscovery legal tech legal technologyArtificial Intelligence (AI) has grabbed the attention of most legal sectors, just like other organizations.

During The Pandemic, Firms That Embraced Technology Outpaced The Competition

AboveTheLaw

The survey results clearly indicate that technology leaders fared better during the pandemic than their peers – but what exactly made those organizations more successful? Technology Coronavirus COVID-19 Ken Crutchfield Wolters Kluwer

India high court orders Twitter to comply with new technology rules

JURIST

Justice Rekha Palli in the Delhi High Court in India ordered US social media giant Twitter to comply with the country’s recently-enacted technology rules on Monday after it allegedly failed to appoint a Resident Grievance Officer (RGO).

Law Technology Today Top 10

LawTechnologyToday

According to Thomson Reuters’ research of 2017, the number of new legal technology patents grew by 484% in just five years.” ” The post Law Technology Today Top 10 appeared first on Law Technology Today.

European Commission imposes €875 million fine on BMW, Volkswagen for emissions technology cartel

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The European Commission said Thursday that German automakers BMW, Daimler and the Volkswagen Group (Volkswagen, Audi and Porche) violated EU antitrust laws by colluding to restrict the deployment of cleaner emissions technology in diesel passenger cars.

Media companies investigating data leak uncover global abuse of cyber-surveillance technology

JURIST

NSO Group’s lawyers maintain that the technology was not designed for this purpose, and points to contractual obligations of purchasers to only use the malware to fight serious crime and terrorism.

Law Practice Review: Technology’s Big Ideas

LawTechnologyToday

The American Bar Association’s Law Practice Division publishes a bi-monthly magazine, Law Practice , which contains insightful articles and practical tips on marketing and client development, practice management, legal technology, and finance.

Is It Time to Regulate Facial Recognition and Other ‘Frontier’ Police Technology?

The Crime Report

The developments in law enforcement forensics and technology have begun to shape the science into something reminiscent of blockbuster movies — technology that could seemingly only exist inside the minds of creatives and storytellers. .

Cops Elude Baltimore Ban on Facial Recognition Technology

The Crime Report

The Baltimore City Council passed a bill Monday that would bar the use of facial recognition technology by residents, businesses and most of city government, The Baltimore Sun reported. Newsletter Top Science & Technology

Patent Protection for Cryptocurrencies and Blockchain Technology

InHouseOps

Jonathan Solomon, principal with Fish & Richardson, discusses the state of the cryptocurrency industry – what kinds of technologies his clients are looking to patent, the challenges of obtaining patent protection in this area, and where he sees the industry heading in the future.

Four Big Technology Trends To Watch In 2021

LegalReader

These are the most important tech trends that will ultimately help us adapt to the challenges of today, tomorrow, and the future.

Chinese businessman sentenced to two years in prison for exporting technology to Chinese military university

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District Court Judge Denise Casper sentenced Qin Shuren, founder of LinkOcean Technologies , to two years in federal prison for violating the Export Administration Regulations, as well as visa fraud, money laundering, and smuggling. On Wednesday, U.S.

How Technology Helps Lawyers Win Cases

LawTechnologyToday

We are living in a technologically advanced aged. Like everything else, the legal practice is wired in and integrating technology into every aspect of litigation. If you want an attorney who will win your case, you have to find attorneys with the technological edge.

Managing Change and Preparing for New Technology

LawTechnologyToday

Improving your law firm in an increasingly competitive landscape often rests on technological upgrades for increasing capacity. But adopting and implementing new technology, along with the associated operational changes, is never easy work. Firms take on new technology.

Law Technology Today Top 10: July

LawTechnologyToday

“ Microsoft Excel for Legal Professionals ” “The best bang for your technology dollar is to learn to use the technology you already own. ” The post Law Technology Today Top 10: July appeared first on Law Technology Today.

India Ministry blocks registration of cases under Section 66A of Information Technology Act.

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The Indian Ministry of Home Affairs on Wednesday asked all the Union Territories and State governments to stop the registration of cases under the charge of Section 66A of the Information Technology Act, 2000, by law enforcement agencies.

Will Lawyers Use Technology Differently After The Pandemic? Survey Says: Maybe

AboveTheLaw

Technology Nicole BlackMost don't foresee that the full-time remote working trend will be a permanent one.