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New Email Security Technology Keeps Sensitive Content Safe By Popping The Question

The Wall Street Journal Law Blog had a post today on Toronto patent attorney Andrew Currier who uses a new technology from Echoworx Corp that prevents recipients from opening his emails until they correctly answer a predetermined question (e.g., "where did we first meet?"). We doubt Currier uses this technology for all of his emails (certainly that could get annoying), but for emails containing sensitive material, this seems like a neat solution for lawyers concerned about confidentiality especially since the technology doesn’t require recipients of the protected email to download any software or use the same email program as the sender.

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