Are cellphones violating solicitor-client privilege? Probably. Solicitor-client privilege requires confidentiality between lawyers and their clients. But this confidentiality could be violated by our cellphones. For example, we are frequently downloading apps onto our cellphones. These apps often gain access to our camera, contacts, microphone, and location. It is not a far stretch to see how an … Continue reading Are our cellphones violating solicitor-client privilege?
In December 2014, a young child died in a car accident. The culprit: allegedly a distracted driver. The driver was on FaceTime. The parents of the child are suing Apple for the iPhone’s design. The parents allege that Apple was negligent for not warning users that FaceTime was dangerous “when used or misused in a … Continue reading Suing Apple over FaceTime