The legal technology startups weren’t letting anything keep them away from Legaltech New York this year. Despite blizzards, arctic cold temperatures, hundreds of flight delays and cancellations, the legal tech startups not only showed up, but they made their presence known.
MT>3 spent two days at Legaltech meeting with some of the brightest minds in the industry who are breaking new ground with their innovative legal technologies. Both the new and lesser known legal tech companies wowed us with their leading-edge technology solutions and roadmaps for the future. These technologies are solving the e-Discovery, investigation and data governance issues that have plagued the industry for years, as well as solving problems we didn’t even know existed.
MT>3 is excited about implementing some of these new and ground-breaking solutions to bring the world of e-Discovery, investigations and data governance to a whole new level.
Meaningful consent is now a reality. As of January 1, 2019, under the Personal Information Protection and Electronic Documents Act (PIPEDA), organizations must clearly explain what information is being collected, why it is collected, how the organization uses it, who it will be shared with, and describe any potential harm that may arise from sharing the personal information.
New guidelines clarify requirements for obtaining meaningful consent under PIPEDA by describing seven principles to follow in seeking meaningful consent:
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(Read the original article by Kirsten Thompson, Charles Morgan and Maureen Gillis at Cyberlex)