If This Then That (IFTTT) For Lawyers

An app called “If This, Then That” or IFTTT exists to bring together your smartphones alarms, notices, social media, and other internet tools so that you can, as their tag line says, “take control of the internet.”photo

This article, “If This Then That (IFTTT” For Lawyers” explains how to combine your various internet resources into one app to bring the internet to you.

The link for the iPhone and Android versions of IFTTT are here.

1st Amendment
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Data Breach
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1st Amendment
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