Tag Archives: SMU

New Law Course on eDiscovery & eEvidence

eDiscovery has transformed litigation and required that all lawyers understand Information Technology since more than 95% of all information is now electronic. I am happy to report that staring January 9, 2012 I will begin teaching a brand new course on eDiscovery & eEvidence at the SMU Dedman School of Law in Dallas. The SMU … Continue reading this entry

VIDEO - Revolution in Social Media: How It Affects You

My February 2011 Social Media video is now available so you can get my 30 minute legal perspective without having to take my Law of eCommerce class at the Dedman School of Law (which I have taught since 2000). Since 2001 I have been creating IT legal videos to training IT professionals with WatchIT (now … Continue reading this entry

Interesting Headline - "Facebook's Zuckerberg Says The Age of Privacy is Over"

In a recent interview Mark Zukerberg “told a live audience …that if he were to create Facebook again today, user information would by default be public, not private as it was for years until the company changed dramatically in December.” Without question Facebook and social networking have changed Internet users’ perceptions of what should be … Continue reading this entry

Internet Big Bang Theory

After teaching the Law of eCommerce since 2000 I have established my own perspective of 5 Big Bangs which propelled the Internet, three of which were described in a recent blog: 1st Big Bang- Invention of the punch card for the 1890 census by Dr. Herman Holerith (which led to the IBM); 2nd Big Bang– … Continue reading this entry