The New York State Bar Association concluded that lawyers could use gmail and comply with the duty of confidentiality despite the fact that email is ‘scanned’ by Google to place contextual ads. The committee warned that this sort of unthinking, automated review was proper, but not human review. N.Y. St. B. Assâ€™n. Comm. Prof. Eth. Op. 820 (Feb. 8, 2008).
NY St. Bar Ass’n Approves Gmail Use Despite Contextual Ad Scanning
Source Peter Krakaur|2017-06-26T18:37:57+00:00Sep 14th, 2008|Categories: LegalEthics, Post|Tags: Attorney-client privilege, Confidentiality, E-mail, Ethical Walls, Internet Use, Malpractice, New York, Privacy, Rules of Conduct, Websites|Comments Off on NY St. Bar Ass’n Approves Gmail Use Despite Contextual Ad Scanning