Google, the EU anti-competition investigation, and monopoly: a few thoughts

In its new format, “Weekend E-Discovery/Tech Diversions” will focus on one story: an interesting e-discovery event, or technology event, or legal issue (or a mix of the three).

eTERA Consulting is the sponsor of “Weekend E-Discovery/Tech Diversions”.

While eTERA Consulting provides services across the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model, it is well known for its Opt1mum One managed services eDiscovery program. Opt1mum One offers customizable solutions that…

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From London, the US-UK Global Cyber Security Innovation Summit: “we are leaving our digital front doors wide open” [UPDATED]

In its new format, “Weekend E-Discovery/Tech Diversions” will focus on one story, an interesting e-discovery or technology event or post (or a mix of the two).

eTERA Consulting is the sponsor of “Weekend E-Discovery/Tech Diversions”.

While eTERA Consulting provides services across the entire Electronic Discovery Reference Model, it is well known for its Opt1mum One managed services eDiscovery program. Opt1mum One offers customizable solutions that delivers 12…

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August 8th weekend tech and e-discovery diversions (The Black Hat Edition): “Snowden II” surfaces, there is no internet security, a new GPS is born … and much more

This weekend:

 

As I noted in last week’s “Tech Diversions”, this week I am in Las Vegas, Nevada for Black Hat (which wraps this weekend) and DEFCON (which starts this weekend). While both conferences revolve around security topics, they cater for different target audiences. Unlike the Black Hat conference, which is hosted by a large media company (UBM Tech), DEF CON is considered a classical hacker convention.

I just fired off…

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August 1st weekend tech and e-discovery diversions: Black Hat. CIA musings. al-Qaida changes its encryption. And an awesome video.

This weekend:

 

* Black Hat 2014: an overview

* Wow. Diane Feinstein was right. The CIA did hack Senate computers! But does John Brennan know too much to get fired?

* Big Data firm says it can link Snowden data to changed terrorist behavior

* New malware can live inside any USB device, undetected

* The rise of standards & certifications are the key to e-discovery partner selection (from Damian Durrant, Inventus)

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July 25th weekend tech and e-discovery diversions: Why data scientists get paid so much. Plus … you can’t handle all this “quantified self” data!!

This weekend:

Tech diversions

* Why data scientists get paid so much

* Microsoft. Jesus. It STILL doesn’t get why the iPhone succeeded

* Data obesity: the latest threat to your digital fitness. You can’t handle all this “quantified self” data!

* David Horrigan of 451 Research opines on the recent U.S. Supreme Court opinion on mobile data privacy

 

 

E-discovery diversions

 

* Another “rant” on

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