AgileBits Blog | Introducing Travel Mode: Protect your data when crossing borders

by Rick Fillion

Travel Mode is a new feature we’re making available to everyone with a 1Password membership. It protects your 1Password data from unwarranted searches when you travel. When you turn on Travel Mode, every vault will be removed from your devices except for the ones marked “safe for travel.” All it takes is a single click to travel with confidence.

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Man jailed for refusing to disclose iPhone passcode underlines Fifth Amendment uncertainties | 9to5Mac

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The Miami Herald reports that a child abuse suspect was jailed for six months for contempt of court after failing to reveal the correct passcode to his iPhone. Christopher Wheeler was arrested on suspicion of hitting and scratching his young daughter, with police believing that photos on the iPhone would help prove their case.

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How to convert an email into a PDF file on an iPhone or iPad – iPhone J.D.

iPhone J.D. is published by Jeff Richardson, an attorney in New Orleans, Louisiana.

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Sometimes an email loses its importance shortly after it is sent, such as an email asking you to go to lunch once the afternoon begins.  But other times, it is helpful or even necessary to preserve an email — perhaps even as evidence, such as an email to or from opposing counsel that is an exhibit to a discovery motion.  Here is a tip for converting an email message to a PDF file on the iPhone or iPad, so that you can then preserve that PDF version of the email.  The technique is similar on both the iPhone and the iPad. 

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Apple offering free classes at all 495 of its stores – CNET

by Alfred Ng

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Turns out Apple isn’t too cool for school. 

The company said Tuesday it would launch educational sessions globally with seminars called “Today at Apple.” The free program will be open to the public and include more than 60 different classes on topics such as art, design, coding and photography.

The sessions will kick off worldwide in May at all 495 Apple’s stores.

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Lawyers: Here’s How To Untether From Your Smartphone | Above the Law

By NICOLE BLACK

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While it may seem counterintuitive, my Watch has limited the constant influx of information and thus reduced my reliance on my iPhone. It’s become an integral part of my life and if I inadvertently leave the house without it, I almost always turn my car around and head back to get it. It also provides innumerable conveniences that make it worth its weight in gold on a daily basis.

Here’s why I rely on my Watch so much. These features make my Watch indispensable.

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Coffee Shop Lawyers, Public Wi-Fi Is Not Your Friend – Technologist

By William Vogeler, Esq. on April 14, 2017 6:00 AM

Lawyers, equipped with mobile devices to draft legal documents and email them, are meeting with clients at coffee shops across the country. This phenomenon is nothing new, at this point. But we’re repeating the story because attorneys are still using public Wi-Fi networks, despite the potential legal and ethical liabilities. 

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Digital Privacy at the U.S Border: A New How-To Guide from EFF | Electronic Frontier Foundation

Contact: 

Sophia Cope

Staff Attorney

sophia@eff.org

Adam Schwartz

Senior Staff Attorney

adam@eff.org

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“The border is not a Constitution-free zone, but sometimes the rules are less protective of travelers and some border agents can be aggressive,” said EFF Senior Staff Attorney Adam Schwartz. “That can put unprepared travelers in a no-win dilemma at the U.S. border. We need clearer legal protections for everyone, but in the meantime, our report and pocket guides aim to put more power back into the hands of travelers.”

For “Digital Privacy at the U.S. Border”:

https://www.eff.org/wp/digital-privacy-us-border-2017

For EFF’s pocket guide:

https://www.eff.org/document/eff-border-search-pocket-guide

For EFF’s summary of your constitutional rights:

https://www.eff.org/document/digital-privacy-us-border

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