SCOTUS cell phone decision has application to civil eDiscovery

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?

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The Strip Club Dilemma: How businesses will be forced to balance their own security with customer privacy

A guy walks into a bar.  Oh, and it’s a bar with nearly-naked dancers, and VIP party rooms where it’s possible to spend thousands of dollars at a time.  Or hundreds-of-thousands, in this case. The Houston strip club, called Privilege, is suing James Jay Beckman for  $321,000 that was charged to his employer-issued credit card […]