Here’s the best/most interesting/popular tweets this week:
- Good article -> RT @WAStateBar: Picking Practice Management Software: A Guide for Lawyers ow.ly/NBVX304step
Let’s go to the video tape: ow.ly/xnKV304rawj <-the Opening Keynote of #ClioCon by Clio co-founder Jack Newton where he speaks about mining user data since 2010. This is still a developing story, but according to Bob Ambrogi in Why Didn’t Clio Notify Users of Data Aggregation?ow.ly/ZAsH304vfMP there is now an opt out option and the Terms of Service for Clio were amended late 2014 with provision 2.12 which references paragraph 4.1:
It is, of course, up to each attorney user of Clio to determine if the above sits comfortably with them. I know of no other practice management technology which mines its user data.