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Legal trends: why they're just as much about people as technology.  

By Amber Ferrari on Sep 16, 2015 12:00:00 PM

The paradigm shift within legal is huge right now; innovation and simplification of everyday processes are being turned over to technology, law schools are implementing these practices early on, and lawyers are freaking out.

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Are most clickwrap agreements on the web enforceable? We surveyed 1,000 websites to find out.

By Kyle Robbins on Jul 6, 2015 12:23:16 PM

Browsewrap agreements aren't the only type of online legal agreement that could bring you trouble online.

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We surveyed browsewrap agreements across 1,000 top websites. Here's what we found out.

By Kyle Robbins on Jun 29, 2015 7:09:42 AM

If you've followed our blog at all, you already know that using a browsewrap agreement to bind consumers to terms on your website isn't the best practice for organizations looking to keep legal risk away. But we often receive the question -- well, isn't everyone else doing it? Sure, we knew there were some sites or companies that weren't overly concerned with protecting legal risk and were much more concerned with the "user experience" or the "aesthetic value" of the page. (We'll put those in quotation marks -- because it's plenty easy to preserve both while providing the user more-than-adequate notice.)

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Social Media Privacy Policies exposed: Who owns your soul?

By Eric Prugh on Jun 11, 2015 6:20:32 AM

An amazing report from Pew Research Center was recently released that cut to the core of some of the real privacy concerns of consumers today. One of the amazing stats revealed that "69% of adults say they are not confident that records of their activity maintained by the social media sites they use will remain private and secure." We decided to dive into the privacy policies of some social media sites like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, and Instagram. What we found might surprise you. It also might not if you're in the 69% who are skeptical of social media privacy in general.

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