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You may have noticed our law firm’s website recently posted a notice announcing a change to our website’s privacy policy.  You may have seen other website publishers do something similar from time to time, as well. Do you wonder why?

Announcing a change to your website privacy policy is important for at least two reasons.

First, if your privacy policy tells the public that you will announce changes, then you need to announce changes. After all, your company’s privacy policy is a contract between your company and users of the website. You need to live up to the promises made in the ... Read More 

“BYOD” or “bring your own device” (also known as the “consumerization of IT”) is a fact of life in today’s workplace. BYOD refers to the practice of using personally owned devices—like smartphones, tablets, and laptops—for work purposes and allowing these devices to connect to company networks and applications. According to a Gartner study released in late 2014, 40% of U.S. employees working for large companies use personally owned devices for work purposes. Of those who reported using personally owned devices, only 25% were required by their employers ... Read More 


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