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Minnesota lawyers may use unencrypted e-mail to exchange client confidences

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Minnesota lawyers may use technological means such as unencrypted electronic mail (e-mail) and cordless and cellular telephones to communicate confidential client information without violating Rule 1.6 under specified conditions. See Minnesota Opinion #19 (January 22, 1999).