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  1. Tech Thursday: Tune Up Your PC
  2. Tech Thursday: How To Unsubscribe From Email Lists
  3. U.S. Code Gets a New Title 34 (Crime Control and Law Enforcement)
  4. Tech Thursday: The Latest On The Equifax Situation
  5. Tech Thursday: Artificial Intelligence And The Firm Of The Future
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Tech Thursday: Tune Up Your PC

Is you computer running slow? Click Here to read PCMag's article on the best Tune-Up Utilities for 2017.

    

Tech Thursday: How To Unsubscribe From Email Lists

Click Here to read PCMag.com's article on how to unsubscribe from email lists.

    

U.S. Code Gets a New Title 34 (Crime Control and Law Enforcement)

The United States Code now has a new Title 34. Although Title 34 has been empty since 1956, it is now captioned Crime Control and Law Enforcement. However, there is no new content. It is simply a reorganization of content that was previously contained in Titles 18 (Crimes and Criminal Procedure), 28 (Judiciary and Judicial Procedure), and 42 (The Public Health and Welfare). If you were looking for where the Omnibus Crime Control and Safe Streets Act of 1978 went, it was moved to Title 34. For more information on what moved to Title 34, see the Office of Law Revision Counsel's Summary.

    

Tech Thursday: The Latest On The Equifax Situation

Click Here to read the latest Equifax data breach information.

    

Tech Thursday: Artificial Intelligence And The Firm Of The Future

"The IBM machine ‘Watson’ can handle many tasks that paralegals and trainees perform. It may even tackle tax evasion by partnerships and corporations soon. Read the rest of The Legal News article here.

    

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