Confidentiality, Security, and Privacy in the Age of Cloud Computing and Social Networking (Intermediate) - Ethics CLE Credit Requested

  • 10 Nov 2015
  • 6:30 PM - 8:40 PM
  • William Mitchell College of Law, 875 Summit Avenue, Room 223, Saint Paul, Minnesota 55105


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Recent high-profile security breaches at Ashley Madison, Target, and the Office of Personnel Management have highlighted the dangers of electronically stored information. Many attorneys are already using cloud computing (perhaps without knowing it). Bar Associations are taking note. Wisconsin recently adopted a Formal Ethics Opinion EF-15-01, Ethical Obligations of Attorneys Using Cloud Computing. Come learn about the ethics of cloud computing and emerging privacy concerns.

Presented by Neal R. Axton - William Mitchell College of Law

Neal Axton is the Vice President of the Minnesota Association of Law Libraries and a research and instructional librarian at William Mitchell College of Law who specializes in administrative law and public policy analysis.

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