MCLE Self-Study Article Visual Privacy Hacking: How Are You Protecting Client Confidences?
By Mari J. Frank, Esq. CIPP
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When it comes to privacy and accountability, people always demand the former for themselves and the latter for everyone else.
Have you considered who might be viewing and collecting information about your clients and cases without your awareness? Many of us are tethered to our smart phones, tablets, laptops and other engaging electronic devices. Instantaneously, we connect to our office, clients, opposing counsel, the court, the cloud, and more, from myriad places including restaurants, airplanes, trains, the beach, or just about anywhere connection is available. This mobility allows for flexibility, quick connectivity, and creativity. But mobile technology also exposes our clientsâ sensitive information to increased privacy and confidentiality vulnerabilities.