Vol. 49 Nbr. 3, May - May 2015
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- Protecting organizations--and culture--through digital preservation.
- Canadians tighten restrictions on counterfeits.
- EU adopts single-market digital strategy.
- LG electronics receives industry's first safety certificate.
- U.S. government recognizes RIM as a profession.
- UN makes right to privacy a priority.
- Unsecured mobile apps are putting organizations at risk.
- IoT--some call it 'privacy hell'.
- New Russian data residency law has far-reaching effects.
- Say goodbye to IE, hello to project Spartan.
- Court scraps Netherlands' law.
- Low-tech hacking works, too.
- Move over notebook PCS; tablets are taking over.
- Study says: Europeans fear their data isn't safe.
- How much would you pay for privacy?
- New messaging app may replace e-mail.
- Case law catches up with BYOD.
- Finding the right captain for your IG program.
- Legal departments are prime targets for hackers.
- Digital vellum and other cures for bit rot.
- Using the principles to guide EDRM software decisions.
- Avoiding the hammer: defensible strategies for FRCP proposed Rule 37(e).
- Taming the information explosion with enterprise content management.
- Culture and community: IG in the global arena.
- Making sense of Brontobytes.