Bing has made two significant changes in the way it handles and recognizes search connectors to exclude keywords/phrases or entire domains from search results. The changes also effect Yahoo, because Yahoo Search is powered by Bing.
Author: Mark Rosch
South Carolina’s new Code of Conduct for State Employees bans the use of Social Media.
Prezi has launched the Nutshell App to create videos from photos.
A new Minnesota criminal-record expungement law allows people convicted of misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors and some nonviolent felonies to ask a judge to seal their criminal records.
Company principals, Carole Levitt and Mark Rosch will present the following in-person Continuing Legal Education seminars in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Los Angeles, California during January and February. Since 1999, Internet For Lawyers has prov
Google recently released a Mobile Device Management (MDM) tool for iOS devices that access cloud-stored data in Google’s paid Apps for Work (Education and Government) cloud productivity suites.
The Bing and Yahoo! search engines were both unavailable for much of the business day on January 2.
American Bar Association (ABA) Law Practice Division’s (LPD’s) Legal Technology Resource Center (LTRC) releases lawyer technology usage data. Full reports available for purchase. Free summaries available for download.
USA.GOV discontinues Advanced Search page.
The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) has restored most of the documents removed from PACER in August 2014.