The Reporter – February 2020

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The Reporter – February 2020

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IN THIS ISSUE:
  • Online Privacy: How to Avoid Leaving Tracks Around the Internet
  • Eight Steps to Becoming the Expert in your Law Office
  • Data Privacy and Data Protection: You Can’t Have It Both Ways…Yet
  • Ten Things to Include in your New Client Welcome Kit
  • Four Ways to Manage Client Expectations for Phone Calls

From the President

Welcome to our February issue of the Reporter.  We’ve focused on articles about success in the office, as well as technology. Let us know what you’d like to see included in the Reporter this year.

Have a productive month, and remember to think of us when scheduling reporters, interpreters, and videographers for your depositions.

Best,

Sheila Atkinson-Baker

Online Privacy: How to Avoid Leaving Tracks Around the Internet

By Hayk Saakian

Privacy has become an increasing concern as media companies continue to grow in size and influence. Facebook, along with many other tech giants, has been thrust into the spotlight when it comes to data protection issues. In fact, the government has decided to get involved on several occasions. With a frenzy of allegations, lawsuits, questions, and borderline hysteria, it can be difficult to know what to do and who to trust.

At the end of the day, there are two things that can be known for sure:  You want to keep your privacy and companies want to take it. With that in mind, let’s explore some ways you can avoid leaving tracks around the internet.

Don’t take sign-in shortcuts.

Whenever you visit a popular website, you’ll see alternative sign-up or sign-in options. Instead of using your standard email, you can access the site directly through Facebook or Google. Even though convenience is the primary motivator here, you’ll want to avoid scratching that itch in order to maintain your privacy. Google and Facebook allow those websites using these sign-in shortcuts to track users. You’re better off spending a few extra minutes to use the traditional email and password combination.

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Eight Steps to Becoming the Expert in your Law Office
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Data Privacy and Data Protection: You Can’t Have It Both Ways…Yet
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  • Ten Things to Include in your Client Welcome Kit
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  • Four Ways to Manage Client Expectations
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