“What if a delivery drone falls on your head?” asks the Los Angeles Times, in a piece that contemplates the liabilities associated with using drones to transport merchandise from warehouse to the customer’s doorstep. While the drone is at the center of the incident, it is a single spoke connected to a hub of transportation logistics. Liability will be difficult to sort out.
Los Angeles County prosecutors were berated by a judge earlier this month, and were forced to watch key defendants in a public corruption case stroll into the sunset with a slap on the wrist, after they bungled electronic evidence management. The office now has a black eye arising from mishandling email. The Los Angeles Times […]
The so-called “internet of things” will produce exponentially more information related to every human life, and more incursions into personal privacy. What is the limit on eDiscovery when your mattress is equipped to send a signal to the coffee pot and the thermostat as soon as it detects that you’ve stirred in the morning?