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Information Security in the Courts

Katz, Emile, Information Security in the Courts (September 28, 2021). Emile J. Katz, Information Security in the Courts, 126 Penn St. L. Rev. Penn Statim 26 (2021), Available at SSRN:

“Devices with recording capabilities have become pervasive in modern life. That pervasiveness becomes concerning in areas such as Judicial chambers, where confidentiality is particularly important. Recording devices have the capability to breach that confidentiality, opening the door to dire consequences. Although courts recognize the need for confidentiality, judicial policy guides have not addressed the dangers posed by common devices with recording capabilities. The failure to address those dangers is a significant oversight, and this Article proposes one remedy to ensure information security in Judicial chambers.”

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