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A new Role for Geo-location evidence in eDiscovery

March 28, 2011


The surge and ubiquity of geo-based technology, such as GPS apps in smart phones, is giving rise to a new world of location based electronic discovery (LBED). The geo-spatial data stored within a custodian’s devices (cell phones, iPads, etc.) and ESI metadata may conflict with their own reports about their actions or whereabouts at a […]

WikiLeaks Makes the Case for Intelligent and Automatic Redaction

March 1, 2011


The WikiLeaks scandal involving the release of 250,000 classified State Department cables has put automatic redaction software in the spotlight. Apart from this example of the unauthorized release of confidential information, there are many other use cases for data redaction and examples of where it is critical for operations: Government agencies censor sensitive material when […]