Thoughts about legal frameworks in the near future

We attended the Deloitte Tech Trends 2013 event at the Wanderers Club yesterday. It is an annual event and we had an opportunity to hear from several Deloitte executives, including Mark White, Deloitte’s Global CTO. Although the discussion focused on technology trends and how businesses are (and can) incorporate them into business processes (the emphasis... Continue Reading →

Wartime Twitter

Militarised Twitter We recommend that no Hamas operatives, whether low level or senior leaders, show their faces above ground in the days ahead.— IDF (@IDFSpokesperson) November 14, 2012 //platform.twitter.com/widgets.js The recent Gaza conflict signified a shift in how battles are fought and publicised. Israel announced its assault on Hamas targets on Twitter and much of... Continue Reading →

Hangout: SME’s and taking your business online

Michael Cowen over at No Picket Fence just interviewed me in a Google+ Hangout about some of the legal challenges facing SME's (Small and Medium Enterprises). The Hangout was streamed to YouTube live and is also available to watch now, after the interview concluded: Google+ Hangouts are terrific. They are easy to use, set up... Continue Reading →

Google Drive and the data ownership panic

Google Drive launched a couple days ago and some new publications are already writing about possible data ownership issues. It’s a common concern whenever a new service launches or website terms and conditions change. Darren Smith pointed me to an article by C|Net titled “Who owns your files on Google Drive?” which had a somewhat... Continue Reading →

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