When news of the NSA’s PRISM program came out, it was appalling, no doubt. But was it surprising? I didn’t think so. We were upset because we knew it was possible, even likely, and the confirmation stung. But what if the government were able to track your footsteps—your very movement? That’d be on a different level, right? Ronald Urbach raises that very question today. Total posts on the LexBlog Network: 185.
- Proposed Legislation Would Replace Fannie Mae, Freddie Mac – Anthony Narula and Robert Siegel of Bilzin Sumberg on the firm’sMortgage Crisis Watch
- Is Big Brother Tracking Your Actual Footsteps? – New York lawyer Ronald Urbach of Davis & Gilbert on his blog, Madison Ave Insights
- Court Reporters and Digital Audio Recording: Time for a Change? – McDonough lawyer Scott Key on his Georgia Criminal Appellate Law Blog
- Why I Love My Job – Seattle lawyer Bill Marler of Marler Clark on his MarlerBlog
- Senators Rockefeller and Thune Introduce “Cybersecurity Act of 2013” – Washington, DC lawyer Kristen Eichensehrof Covington & Burling on the firm’s blog, Inside Privacy
- Senate Hearing on Cruise Industry Accountability Reveals Less Than 3% of Cruise Ship Crimes are Revealed to the Public – Miami attorney Jim Walker of Walker & O’Neill on his blog, Cruise Law News
- Subliminal Messages – Minneapolis lawyer Tiffany Blofield of Winthrop & Weinstine on the firm’s Duets Blog
- ‘I’ll Stay Here Until The Last Of You Gets To Donate’ – Manhattan fraud investigation lawyer Fred Abrams in his Asset Search Blog
- The Consequences of Excellence – McGlinchey Stafford Chief Marketing Officer Eric Fletcher on his blog, Marketing Brain Fodder
- Mama Don’t Take My Kodachrome Away; NLRB Agrees – Hartford attorney Daniel Schwartz of Pullman & Comley in his Connecticut Employment Law Blog
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