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Interested in Becoming a Microsoft 70-767 Certified Specialist?

The Microsoft 70-767 certification exam is one of the top examinations for Networking Services Solutions. The post Interested in Becoming a Microsoft 70-767 Certified Specialist? appeared first on Legal Reader. Read more detail on Recent Products Liability posts – Justia … Continue reading

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Microsoft Windows “Vista Capable”: Good for Booting Only

Windows Vista is the much touted and latest operating system from Microsoft.  Like most software, the publisher establishes minimum hardware requirements of your computer for the program to operate normally. Microsoft says that a “Windows Vista Capable PC includes at least … Continue reading

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Comment se protéger facilement de la curiosité de Facebook, Google, Amazon et Microsoft etc.

Nous autres parents reprochons souvent à nos ados le temps qu'ils passent sur leurs écrans. Mais avons-nous conscience du temps que nous, nous y passons ? Nous avons tous regardé un jour autour de nous dans le métro en allant … Continue reading

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The Latest on U.S. v Microsoft: Microsoft Files Respondent Brief, Still More Amici Curiae Weigh In

On Thursday, January 11, Microsoft filed its brief in the U.S. v Microsoft case set to go before the Supreme Court in the 2017-2018 term. The central question in the case is whether the Stored Communications Act allows the U.S. … Continue reading

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Oh, So Everybody’s a Legal Expert Now: Minnesota v. Diamond, Microsoft Ireland, and User-Hostile Path Dependence in the Law

On January 17, the Minnesota Supreme Court issued its opinion in State v. Diamond. It affirmed the appellate court’s holding that compelling a defendant to provide a fingerprint to unlock a seized cellphone (for which police had a warrant) did … Continue reading

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