Come to the Meetup and learn how lawyers and others can find valuable information about you from what you post on Facebook and other social media. Also learn how “they” can find other information about you from your “friends' ” social media.
(One of the things they – and you—may be able to do is learn where and when a photograph that you or others put on Facebook was taken.)
“Social media” is a term that gets thrown around a lot. Certainly, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram have revolutionized how people relate to one another, creating a public platform exchanging messages and ideas. However, people regularly post status updates, photos and location information without considering the content of the post or who may have access to it. The fact that this content is public has also changed the way family law attorneys (aka divorce lawyers) as well as other attorneys approach gather and present evidence in divaorce and child custody cases and kn other types of litigation Family lawyer Sarah Pfeiffer and technology lawyer Abid Hussain will present the legal issues and technology behind acquiring social media evidence for use in all types of litigation
Sarah Pfeiffer is a zealous advocate and compassionate counselor of the law. Her mission is to make a positive difference in the lives of families and children by providing them with legal counsel, advocacy and education in order to guide them through life’s celebrations and challenges with dignity and balance. She is an attorney with a solo practice in Gretna and New Orleans whose sole focus is on families in crisis. www.sarahpfeifferlaw.com
Abid Hussain is a business lawyer who keeps small businesses and entrepreneurs out of court. He has practiced corporate law for almost seven years in Texas and Louisiana. He provides legal and corporate counsel, including intellectual property and asset protection, to entrepreneurs, business owners, and investors, as well as musicians. In addition, Abid is a technology consultant to other attorneys. For eight years after receiving his law degree, he held marketing and web development positions at technology and software companies, including both small startups and giants such as Texas Instruments, before practicing as an attorney. www.hussainlaw.com
The New Orleans Personal Computer Club helps people take advantage of everything personal computer technology can do to improve their lives. Whether a smartphone, laptop, tablet, desktop with local or cloud storage, the Club has the help you need with monthly general meetings and periodic special meetings. The Club was founded in 1981 as a Louisiana non-profit organization run by volunteers. www.nopc.org
Also, please take a look at our full Meetup site at www.meetup.com/nopc-club. There, you will see descriptions of some of our past meetings, and, if you sign up to get notices, you will learn what topics will be coming up.