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Rob Lekowski, writing in the ABA’s Law Technology Today blog, explains to lawyers what kind of data can be obtained from their mobile devices. LAWPRO has written on the security of mobile devices from the point of view of cybersecurity, but Mr. Lekowski points out that devices are also being collected for litigation more and more often, so lawyers should know what kind of data is on them.

What kind of data? Between the functionality of the device itself and whatever apps are installed, data could include location information, messages and browser history. Click here for the full article, including an explanation of how this information could be extracted for litigation purposes.

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