has some commentary from Robert Ellis Smith entitled Laptop Hall Of Shame.

The article begins "When the history of personal privacy is written–and there are persons who monitor this sort of thing–they will call this "The Year of the Stolen Laptop."

Read the article and ask yourself "Have we taken reasonable steps to ensure that our client’s confidential information would not be compromised if one of our laptops was stolen or lost?" There is only one right answer to this question.

Thanks to Michael Arlfeld’s Electronic Discovery and Evidence blog for the pointer.