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May 26 Webcast- Update on Social Media for TexasBarCLE

05.24.10

Please join me for a Social Media webcast which will be an update about Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube, Twitter, Yelp, Google, and much more on Wednesday, May 26, 2010 from 12:30-1:30pm CDT. You can sign up for the webcast at TexasBarCLE.

Google Update: Wi-Fi snooping earns it a class-action lawsuit

As a follow-up to my recent blog about Google’s Street View Cars captured WiFi network information it is no surprise that many people are mad, but for folks who do not have secure WiFi networks....what should they expect? Stay tuned to see how this develops.
 

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