We want to make it absolutely, positively, 100%, crystal clear that ALL of the content that we present on this blog is meant for informational purposes – it is designed to be an educational resource.  Please be sure that you understand this statement.

As sentient beings we all have free will, and you are exercising that free will when you view and read the content on this site.  As happy as we are that you are part of our community, we cannot necessarily vouch for the accuracy of EVERY single piece of content on this site.  Much of what we do involves interview and off the cuff discussion, the thoughts an opinions expressed on this site are simply those of the people who make them and nothing more – they are not to be associated with the companies for which the author works, or anyone else.

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Basically, use your common sense, we are hear to help, but this is one of many resources that you should leverage to build general knowledge.  The issues we discuss on this site are often very complex and can be very volatile.  For example, we may discuss the eDiscovery rules of a certain state, which by the very nature of this site, can be listened to but those in a different state.  Would you want to run out and leverage California law in a New York court room.  I think not.  We will have fun here, but we also take these topics very seriously, you should too.  Use your noodle – we are trying to encourage you to be savvy legal-technologists and explorers of this world.  Don’t goof it all up because you couldn’t be bothered to get a second opinion to address a specific scenario.  Use this resource at your own risk.  And of course…when in doubt, learn more!


What would a blog focused on data privacy be without a privacy notice.  We take your privacy very seriously.  As it stands now, we aren’t collecting any of your personal information on the site itself unless you voluntarily decide to give it to us.  Emailing us might put some PI in our hands.  You can rest assured that we will only use this information in order to respond to requests from you.  We will not trade, sell, post, give-away, communicate, barter with, use or abuse your PI in connection with any third-parties – ever!


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Now that the legal “T”s are crossed – lets jump in and get our hands dirty.