‘Is It Legal To…?’: Technology law
People use technology for convenience – customers ship products directly to their doorsteps, employees work remotely from the comfort of their homes, patients request medication refills through mobile apps, and friends stay connected through social media platforms. We as a society are so integrated with technology that sharing data is now commonplace – so much so that the International Data Corporation predicts an average person will have nearly 5,000 digital interactions per day by 2025, or about one digital data engagement every 18 seconds.
In the newest episode of the “Is It Legal To…?” podcast, lawyer Anjali Dooley, past chair of The Missouri Bar Technology and Innovation Law Committee, describes how citizens’ daily interactions with terms of service agreements, privacy policies, social media, and data continues to grow exponentially – continuously evolving the practice of technology law.
Listen to the new episode at Soundcloud.com/user-784534365/is-it-legal-to-technology-law or by clicking the play button below.
“Is It Legal To…?” is produced by The Missouri Bar, with hosts Communications Director Farrah Fite and veteran Missourinet reporter Bob Priddy. To listen to more episodes, visit MissouriLawyersHelp.org/IsItLegalTo.
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