Rarely would I do a blog post just to point out two other writer's blog posts. But there is such a nice connection between today's blog posts from my friends and colleagues, Sharon Nelson of Sensei Enterprises and Bob Ambrogi, writing on his LawSites blog. Short summary: Whether it is Google, Apple or someone else, your activities are being tracked and recorded much more than you might think, and it is very likely that will just increase in the future. Lawyers need to understand new types of evidence are now being created and that could be very critical for a future client someday. If you can prove someone's mobile phone was in a particular city all day and four or five people recall talking to that person at the time that phone made calls to their numbers, it is very good proof as to their whereabouts.
Ambrogi – Everywhere You Go, Google is Watching — and Mapping Your Location