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Using “smart” devices are not so smart: a recap of the 2016 AALL Annual Conference and Meeting

While “smart” technology is great and fun and fun to use, it can also be used against you in a court of law. So, best to play safe and be sure you’re not doing something that your “smart” devices can be used to tattle on you.
Do you own a Fitbit?  For those who are unfamiliar, is a physical activity device that records your physical condition, how many miles you walked, your blood pressure and other pe… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2016/07/using-smart-devices-are-not-so-smart-recap-2016-aall-annual-conference-and-meeting/

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Using “smart” devices are not so smart: a recap of the 2016 AALL Annual Conference and Meeting

While “smart” technology is great and fun and fun to use, it can also be used against you in a court of law. So, best to play safe and be sure you’re not doing something that your “smart” devices can be used to tattle on you.
Do you own a Fitbit?  For those who are unfamiliar, is a physical activity device that records your physical condition, how many miles you walked, your blood pressure and other pe… http://rclawlibrary.org/community/blog/2016/07/using-smart-devices-are-not-so-smart-recap-2016-aall-annual-conference-and-meeting/