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The Mobile Transformation: The Extraordinary Legal Implications of Billions of Mobile Devices

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Overview / Abstract:

Mobile devices are the future (their numbers will soon exceed the people on the planet), and they are transforming our economy, culture, and legal system. Futurists predict that the transformation may be as large as the Industrial Revolution. Lawyers in all practice areas must address the unprecedented legal and policy issues raised by continually changing mobile technology. This panel highlights the ABA Section of Science & Technology Law’s findings resulting from its year-long exploration of the opportunities, challenges, and risks of mobile devices, and also highlights best practices for organizations adopting "bring your own device" (BYOD) policies.

This on-demand course will help you:

Explore the ways in which mobile devices are transforming the financial and healthcare sectors, the courtroom, law enforcement surveillance, and beyond.
Discover the heightened privacy and security risks posed by going mobile, the top trends, and the latest thinking on managing the risks.
Learn how BYOD could spell trouble for employers, social networking, financial transactions, and digital forensic investigations,
Gain practical takeaways and insights on policies and practices to manage risk and meet legal obligations.


Sep 11, 2020


Attorney , Paralegal





Credits / Hours

1.50 General CLE Credit Hours

Presenters / Authors / Faculty

Damier Xandrine
Lori Chang
Lucy L Thomson
Stephen S Wu
Ruth Hill Bro

Sponsors / Supporters / Grant Providers

American Bar Association
Section of Science & Technology Law

Keywords / Search Terms

American Bar Association

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