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Apple Tells U.S. Judge ‘Impossible’ to Unlock iPhones Using its Latest Operating System. In a recent article written by Federal Court Correspondent Nate Raymond of Thompson Reuters, Apple Inc. responded to a U.S. Judge after orders were made by the U.S. Justice Department that would force the company to unlock an iPhone seized during an […]

Not Considering Collecting Mobile Data?

Civil Litigators Who Do Not Consider Collecting Mobile Data Risk Missing Crucial Information. OSCE/Patrick Lauke on Flickr In a article written by Yuval Ben Moshe the author points to the issue about how it is now harder for people to ‘switch off’ after work and leave work behind, as the basic function of a […]

Always Up For the Challenge

Jason Finishes in Palmerton, PA at The 2015 Spartan Super. Jason Silva Sporting His 2015 Spartan Finisher Metal In His Favorite Junto T-Shirt Congratulations to Jason Silva! The Cornerstone Discovery, Director of Operations recently completed the 8+ mile Spartan Super Race at Blue Mountain in Palmerton, PA while sporting his favorite Junto t-shirt. Spartan Races […]

Can Google Hangouts be Wiretapped?

Technically Possible for Google to Wiretap Conversations at the Request of Law Enforcement Agents. Google Hangouts In an article written by Lorenzo Franceschi-Bicchierai from, he reports Google’s popular Hangouts service, which can be used for both text-based as well as audio-video conversations, doesn’t use end-to-end encryption. As a result, this makes it technically possible […]

Recording a Telephone Conversation Without That Person’s Consent?

Admissibility of Privately Recorded Cell Phone Calls Under Pennsylvania Wiretap Act. Image from Let’s say your Pennsylvania client wants to record his telephone conversation with another person, without that person’s consent, for use as evidence to support the client’s claim or defense. You know that under Pennsylvania’s Wiretapping and Electronic Surveillance Control Act, 18 […]