Linked: The Original EDRM Has Run Its Course – Is it Time for an In Situ E-Discovery Model?

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Anne Kershaw’s LinkedIn post definitely provides some food for thought. Personally, I would agree that, eventually, this approach should be the recommended one: As is obvious, the huge change with the In Situ model is that by and large the … Read More

A Serious Question, Does Possessing the Enron Dataset Violate the GDPR? #ILTACON18 Day Three

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Imagine this. You’re sitting in a session focused on information governance and retention, and you start out talking about old school reasons to have a proper IG, and them delve into some of the more recent reasons, things like client … Read More

Linked – “Save Everything” and Eventually You Will Not Be Able to Find Anything: The Sedona Conference Principles and Commentary on Defensible Disposition

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I mean, when even Ralph Losey and his love of AI and machine learning is saying don’t save everything, we need to learn how to not save everything. “I am pro-search and think that the importance of management of ESI … Read More

Linked – Better Information Governance Means Better E-Discovery Outcomes—Part I: E-Discovery in the Big Data Era

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This should be obvious, but I suspect that in the majority of cases, a whole lot of time and effort is spent just trying to figure out what data is out there, and where it is. “Anyone familiar with electronic … Read More

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